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 Tillotson, John,Toland, Janus Junius, 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Tindal, Matthew, LL.D.
(b. Devonshire, 1657; d. August 16th, 1733). “Concerning Obedience to the Supreme Powers, and the Duty of Subjects in all Revolutions” (1694); an “Essay concerning the Laws of Nations and the Rights of Sovereigns” (1695), “The Rights of the Christian Church asserted against the Romish, with a Preface Concerning the Government of the Church of England as by Law Established” (1706); a “Defence of the Rights of the Church against W. Wotton (1707); “A Second Defence” (1708); “The Jacobitism, Perjury, and Popery of the High Church Priests” (1710); “Christianity as Old as the Creation” (1730). See Lechler’s “Geschichte des Englischen Deismus” (Stuttg., 1841); Hunt’s “Religious Thought in England” (vol. ii., 1871); and Leslie Stephen’s “English Thought” (vol. i., 1876).   1

 Tillotson, John,Toland, Janus Junius, 


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