Oxford honesty or, a case of conscience, humbly put to the Worshipful and Reverend the Vice-Chancellor, the Heads of Houses, the Fellows, &c. of the University of Oxford. Whether one may take the oaths to King George; and yet, ... may do all one can in favour of the Pretender? Occasioned by the Oxford speech, and Oxford behaviour, at the opening of Radcliff's library, April 13, 1749.
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