The Contempt of the Clergy Considered. In a Letter to a Friend [WITH] A Letter to a Member of Parliament, Containing a Proposal … [AND] The Royal Sin; or Adultery Rebuk’d in a Great King … by J[oseph] T[rapp] [AND] The Ministerial Virtue: or, Long-Suffering Extolled in a Great Man … by J[oseph] T[rapp].

London: Printed for R. Minors; J. Huggonson; J. Purser, 1739; 1738.

First ed. of “Contempt of Clergy” and “Ministerial Virtue;” fifth ed. of “A Letter;” third ed. of “The Royal Sin”. 200; (2), 61, (1); (2), 29; vi, 30 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Later three-quarter calf, marbled boards. Fine. Bookplates of George Kenyon, of Peel, and the Zion Research Library, no other ex-lib markings. Item #232080

George Kenyon (1776–1855), second Baron Kenyon, was an activist against Catholic emancipation.

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