Item #8799 Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit. John DOUGLAS, Bishop of Salisbury, Archibald BOWER.
Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit
Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit
Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit
Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit
Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit
Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit

Six Letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon Provincial of the Jesuits in England ; bound with Mr. Bower's Affidavit

Place Published: London
Publisher: printed for J. Morgan
Date Published: 1756
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: Disbound

SEVEN YEARS’ WAR / FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR (1754-1763) BOOK

First edition. Six letters from A-d B-r ... 5 x 8 inches. (2), 101pp., (1). Disbound lacking the half-title. Author of ’Six letters from A----d B----r ... ’ = John Douglas, Bishop of Salisbury. Price Eighteen-pence. Six letters from A-d B-r to Father Sheldon’ was an attack on Archibald Bower by Bishop John Douglas. In this tract Douglas proved the genuineness of the letters; showed that want of veracity was not the only defect in Bower's character, but that he was as little remarkable for his chastity as for his love of truth; and brought forward the attestation of Mrs. Hoyles.

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Mr. Bower's Affidavit. 49pp., lacking the title page. [London : printed for W. Sandby, at the Ship, opposite St. Dunstan’s Church, Fleet-Street, MDCCLVI. [1756]. No title-page containing content summary: Mr. Archibald Bower’s affidavit in answer to the false accusation brought against him by papists. To which are added, I. A circumstantial narrative of what hath since passed between Mr. Bower and Sir Henry Bedingfeld in relation thereto. II. Copies of the said pretended letters sent him by Sir Henry Bedingfeld, and of a subsequent Affidavit made by Mr. Bower of their not being wrote by him, or with his Privity. With some short observations on those pretended letters, proving them to be spurious.

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The Seven Years War was a global conflict which ran from 1754 until 1763 and pitted a coalition of Great Britain and its allies against a coalition of France and its allies. The war escalated from a regional conflict between Great Britain and France in North America, known today as the French and Indian War
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