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Author: Véron, John, d. 1563.
Title: A moste necessary treatise of free wil not onlye against the Bapistes, but also against the Anabaptistes, which in these our daies, go about to renue the detestable heresies of Pelagius, and of the Luciferians, whiche say and affirm, that we be able by our own natural strength to fulfil the law and commaundementes of God. Made dialoge wyse by Iohn Veron, in a manner word by woorde, as he did set it forth in his lectures at Paules.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A moste necessary treatise of free wil not onlye against the Bapistes, but also against the Anabaptistes, which in these our daies, go about to renue the detestable heresies of Pelagius, and of the Luciferians, whiche say and affirm, that we be able by our own natural strength to fulfil the law and commaundementes of God. Made dialoge wyse by Iohn Veron, in a manner word by woorde, as he did set it forth in his lectures at Paules.
Véron, John, d. 1563.

[Imprinted at London: By John Tisdale, and are to be sold at his shop in Lombard streate, [1561]]
Alternate titles: Against fre wil men.
Notes:
Place of publication and printer's name and address from colophon; publication date from STC.
Running title reads: Against fre wil men.
Signatures: A 2A-K.
Reproduction of original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Predestination -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14366.0001.001

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¶To the righte hono∣rable Lorde, my Lorde Ro∣bert Dudly, master of the horses, and knight of the most honorable order of the Garter. Ihon Veron wisheth grace, peace of conscience, with encrease of honor, from God the father, through his son Iesus christ our Lord.
¶The argument of this present boke.
❧A mooste necessarye Treatise of free wil, not only against the papistes but also against the Ana∣baptistes, whych in these our dais goe aboute to renue the detestable heresyes of Pelagius, and of the Luciferians, which say and af∣firme, that we be able by our owne naturall strengthe to fulfyl the law and com∣maundementes of God. ¶Made dialoge wise by Ihon Veron, in a manner worde by word, as he dyd set it forth in his lectures at Paules.
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