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A DEFENCE OF MR. M.H’S BRIEF ENQUIRY INTO THE NATURE OF SCHISM
[Tong, William].

A DEFENCE OF MR. M.H’S BRIEF ENQUIRY INTO THE NATURE OF SCHISM

And the Vindication of it. With Reflections Upon a Pamphlet called The Review, &c. And a Brief Historical Account of Nonconformity from the Reformation to this Present Time. London, Printed by T.S. for Tho. Parkhurst ... 1693.
1st Ed. Sm. 4to. [xii] + 160pp. Some loss to signature [P4] affecting portion of text, browning, disbound. ESTC R22341 ‘In answer to "A review of Mr. M. H’s new notion of schism" by T.W., Citizen of Chester, which is part of the controversy begun with Matthew Henry’s "Brief enquiry.".’Attributed to William Tong. Cf. DNB.’With errata slip.’ Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), T1874.’ William Tong (1662–1727), Presbyterian minister and nonconformist tutor. ‘... His historical interests were certainly influenced by his part in defending dissent in the controversy over schism instigated by the publication of his friend Matthew Henry's Brief Enquiry in 1689. Tong's [abve work] included 'A brief historical account of nonconformity' ...’
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