An answer to Mr. W. A. D.'s letter to G. H. [electronic resource] : in which the conduct of government, in mitigating the penal laws against Papists, is justified: The Seditious Tendency of W. A. D.'s Letter is discovered: The Roman Catholics fully vindicated from the flanderous Accusation of thinking it lawful to break Faith with Heretics, which W. A. D. attempts to fix upon them: And, W. A. D.'s Letter proved to be a gross Imposition on the Public, composed of Misrepresentations and False Reasoning, from beginning to end.
- [Dublin] : Edinburgh printed: and Dublin reprinted for Wogan, Bean, and Co. No. 23, Old-Bridge, MDCCLXXIX. 
iv,180p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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