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Author: P. H. J.
Title: The absolution of a penitent, according to the directions of the Church of England, with respect to Sir W. Perkins, Sir J. Friend, and Mr. Cranburne, lately executed for High Treason. Against Mr. Collier. In a letter from the country to a friend in London.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The absolution of a penitent, according to the directions of the Church of England, with respect to Sir W. Perkins, Sir J. Friend, and Mr. Cranburne, lately executed for High Treason. Against Mr. Collier. In a letter from the country to a friend in London.
P. H. J.

[Lond.: printed by J. Dawks in Wardrobe Court in Carter-lane, 1696]
Notes:
Signed at end: Sir, your most humble servant, P.H.J.
Caption title.
Imprint from colophon.
In response to Collier, Jeremy. A defence of the absolution given to Sr. William Perkins, at the place of execution. April the 3d.
Copy has print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.
Subject terms:
Collier, Jeremy, -- 1650-1726. -- Defence of the absolution given to Sr. William Perkins, at the place of execution. April the 3d. -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A46522.0001.001

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The Absolution of A PENITENT, According to the DIRECTIONS of the Church of England, With Respect to Sir W. Perkins, Sir J. Friend, and Mr. Cranburne, lately Executed for High Treason.
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