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Armilla catechetica. A chain of principles; or, An orderly concatenation of theological aphorismes and exercitations; wherein, the chief heads of Christian religion are asserted and improved.
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written by John Arrowsmith, 1602-1659 (Cambridge, England: John Field (Publisher), 1659), 524 page(s)
Edited by Thomas Horton and William Dillingham.
written by John Arrowsmith, 1602-1659 (Cambridge, England: John Field (Publisher), 1659), 524 page(s)
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Articles of inquiry at the visitation of the cathedral church of Canterbury, 1550.
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written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1550), 4 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Miscellaneous writings and letters of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, martyr, 1556. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1846.]
written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1550), 4 page(s)
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The Christian manual; or, of the life and manners of true Christians.
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written by John Woolton, 1535-1594 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1576), 161 page(s)
written by John Woolton, 1535-1594 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1576), 161 page(s)
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Compassionate Counsel To All Young Men, Especially, I. London Apprentices. II. Students Of Divinity, Physick And Law. III. The Sons Of Magistrates And Rich Men.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1681), 28 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1681), 28 page(s)
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De officio pii ac publicae tranquillitatis vere amantis viri, in hoc religionis dissidio.
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written by George Cassander, 1513-1566 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Jérôme Drouart (Publisher), 1616), 18 page(s)
written by George Cassander, 1513-1566 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Jérôme Drouart (Publisher), 1616), 18 page(s)
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De rhetorica ecclesiastica, sive de modo concionandi, libri tres. Unà cum tribus praelectionibus eiusdem, & pulcherrima ecclesiasticae huius rhetoricae synopsi. Adiecto etiam indice locupletissimo.
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written by Agostino Valiero, 1531-1606 (Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia: Gerwin Calenius (Publisher), 1575), 328 page(s)
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Directions and perswasions to a sound conversion, for prevention of that deceit and damnation of souls, and of those scandals, heresies, and desperate apostasies, that are the consequents of a counterfeit or superficial change.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1658), 73 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1658), 73 page(s)
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Exhoratio ad reditum in Catholicam ecclesiam, oviculis Christi, Geusiaca tempestate per Hollandiam et vicinum Belgium misere dispersis.
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written by Guilelmus Damasus Lindanus, 1525-1588 (Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia: Ludwig Alectorius (Publisher), 1577), 52 page(s)
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Forma ac ratio tota ecclesiastici ministerii, in peregrinorum, potissimum vero Germanorum ecclesia: instituta Londini in Anglia, per pientissimum principem Angliae etc. Regem Eduardum, eius nominis Sextum: anno post Christum natum 1550.
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written by Jan Laski, 1499-1560; edited by Abraham Kuyper (Amsterdam, North Holland: Frederic Muller (Publisher), 1554), 283 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Opera tam edita quam inedita duobus voluminibus comprehensa collegit, ad fidem vetustissimarum editionum, ut et chartaceorum codicum emendate edidit, commentationem criticam praemisit. [Amsterdam: 1866.]
written by Jan Laski, 1499-1560; edited by Abraham Kuyper (Amsterdam, North Holland: Frederic Muller (Publisher), 1554), 283 page(s)
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Injunctions given by the moste reverende father in Christe, Edmonde, by the providence of God Archbishop of Yorke, Prymate of Englande and Metropolitane, in his metropoliticall visitation of the province of Yorke, as well to the clergye, as to the laytye of the same province, anno Domini, 1571.
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written by Edmund Grindal, 1519-1583; edited by William Nicholson (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1571), 35 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The remains of Archbishop Grindal, D.D. successively Bishop of London, and Archbishop of York and Canterbury. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1843].
written by Edmund Grindal, 1519-1583; edited by William Nicholson (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1571), 35 page(s)
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