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John Toland
(1670–1722)
John Toland

WorksEdit

  • The danger of mercenary parliaments (1698) external link
  • Amyntor, or, A defence of Milton's life (1699) external link
  • The Oceana of James Harrington (1700) external link
  • Letters to Serena (1704) external link
  • The memorial of the state of England: in vindication of the Queen, the Church and the administration (1705) external link
  • An account of the courts of Prussia and Hanover (1705) external link
  • The Jacobitism, Perjury, and Popery of High-church Priests (1710) external link
  • Dunkirk or Dover, or, The Queen's honour, the nation's safety, the liberties of Europe and the peace of the world all at stake (1713) external link
  • The art of restoring, or, The piety and probity of General Monk in bringing about the last restoration (1714) external link
  • Pantheisticon: or, the form of celebrating the Socratic-society (1751) external link
  • History of the druids (1814) external link

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