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Author: Terry, John, 1555?-1625.
Title: Theologicall logicke: or the third part of the Tryall of truth wherein is declared the excellency and æquity of the Christian faith, and that it is not withstood and resisted; but assisted and fortified by all the forces of right reason, and by all the aide that artificiall logicke can yeeld. ... By Iohn Terry Minister of the Word of God at Stocton.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Theologicall logicke: or the third part of the Tryall of truth wherein is declared the excellency and æquity of the Christian faith, and that it is not withstood and resisted; but assisted and fortified by all the forces of right reason, and by all the aide that artificiall logicke can yeeld. ... By Iohn Terry Minister of the Word of God at Stocton.
Terry, John, 1555?-1625.

London: Printed by Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, Anno Dom. 1625.
Alternate titles: Triall of truth. Part 3 Triall of truth. Part 3. Third part of the Tryall of truth.
Notes:
At least the British Library copy has a final quire: 2G4 with Questions handled in the third part and errata--STC. Pagination does not include this quire.
Imperfect; lacks quire 2G.
Reproduction of the original in the University of Chicago. Library.
Subject terms:
Church of England -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13631.0001.001

Contents
title page
epigraphs
TO THE RIGHT REVEREND FATHER IN GOD, ARTHVRE, LORD BISHOP OF BATH AND WELLES, IOHN TERRY wisheth all in∣crease of grace in this life, and of glory in the life to come.
TO THE CHRISTIAN READER.
table of contents
THE QVAESTIONS THAT are handled in the first part of this Treatise.
THE QVAESTIONS THAT ARE handled in the second part which are declared by arguments taken from all the Topick places.
treatise
THEOLOGICALL LOGICKE.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IIII.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. IIII.
CHAP. VII.
THE SECOND PART OF THEOLOGICALL LOGICKE.
QVEST. I.
question 3
QVEST. IV.
QVEST. V.
QVEST. VI.
QVEST. VII.
QVEST. VIII.
QVEST. IX.
QVEST. X.
QVEST. XI.
QVEST. XII.
QVEST. XIII.
QVEST. XIIII.
QVEST. XV.
QVEST. XVI.
QVEST. XVII.
QVEST. XVIII.
QVEST. XIX.
QVEST. XX.
QVEST. XXI.
QVEST. XXII.
QVEST. XXIII.
QVEST. XXIIII.
QVEST. XXV.
QVEST. XXVI.
QVEST. XXVII.
QVEST. XXVIII.
QVEST. XXIX.
QVEST. XXX.
QVEST. XXXI.
QVEST. XXXII.
QVEST. XXXIII.
QVEST. XXXIV.
QVEST. XXXV.
QVEST. XXXVI.
QVEST. XXXVII.
QVEST. XXXVIII.
QVEST. XXXIX.
QVEST. XL.
QVEST. XLI.
QVEST. XLII.
QVEST. XLIII.
QVEST. XLIV.
QVEST. XLV.
QVEST. XLVI.
QVEST. XLVII.
QVEST. XLVIII.
QVEST. XLIX.
QVEST. L.
QVEST. LI.
QVEST. LII.
QVEST. LIII.
QVEST. LIV.
QVEST. LV.
QVEST. LVI.
QVEST. LVII.
QVEST. LVIII.
QVEST. LIX.
QVEST. LX.
QVEST. LXI.
QVEST. LXII.
QVEST. LXIII.
QVEST. LXIIII.
QVEST. LXV.
QVEST. LXVI.
QVEST. LXVII.
QVEST. LXVIII.
question 69
QVEST. LXX.
QVEST. LXXI.
QVEST. LXXII.
QVEST. LXXIII.
QVEST. LXXIIII.
QVEST. LXXV.
QVEST. LXXVI.
QVEST. LXXVII.
QVEST. LXXVIII.
QVEST. LXXIX.
question 80
QVEST. LXXXI.
QVEST. LXXXII.
QVEST. LXXXIII.
QVEST. LXXXIV.
QVEST. LXXXV.
QVEST. LXXXVI.
question 88
QVIST. LXXXIX.
QVEST. XC.
QVEST. XCI.
QVEST. XCII.
QVEST. XCIII.
QVEST. XCIIII.