Letter from Thomas Ken Bishop of Bath and Wells to George Harbin c Letter from the Bishop of Bath and Wells to the Reverend George Harbin the Nonjuror chaplain to Viscount Weymouth explaining in answer to censures of Mr Pitts his action when deprived with the other Nonjuror Bishops in The letter was probably written in answer to an anonymous pamphlet entitiled The Character of a Primative Bishop published in The writer who styles himself A Presbyter of the Church of England has been identified with John Pitts or Pits From the fourth series of Facsimiles of royal historical literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts British Museum Series I V London
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