A blow at the root of pretended Calvinism [electronic resource] : or, real antinomianism. Being a defence of free thoughts, on the extent of the death of Christ, and the doctrine of reprobation. from the objections of an anonymous remarker. In several Letters to a Friend. By John Hampson.
- Tunbridge-Wells : printed and sold by Jasper Sprange, (for the author) and may be had of J. Johnson, St. Paul's-Church Yard; and of T. Scollick, City-Road, London, 
,115,p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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