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Author: Timson, John.
Title: To receive the Lords Supper, the actual right and duty of all church-members of years not excommunicate made good against Mr. Collins his exceptions against The bar removed, written by the author : and what right the ignorant and scandalous tolerated in the church have to the Lords Supper declared : many thing belonging to that controversie more fully discussed, tending much to the peace and settlement of the church : and also a ful answer to what Mr. Collins hath written in defence of juridical suspension, wherein his pretended arguments from Scripture are examined and confuted : to which is also annexed A brief answer to the Antidiatribe written by Mr. Saunders / by John Timson ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: To receive the Lords Supper, the actual right and duty of all church-members of years not excommunicate made good against Mr. Collins his exceptions against The bar removed, written by the author : and what right the ignorant and scandalous tolerated in the church have to the Lords Supper declared : many thing belonging to that controversie more fully discussed, tending much to the peace and settlement of the church : and also a ful answer to what Mr. Collins hath written in defence of juridical suspension, wherein his pretended arguments from Scripture are examined and confuted : to which is also annexed A brief answer to the Antidiatribe written by Mr. Saunders / by John Timson ...
Timson, John., Timson, John.

London: Printed by E.C. for Tho. Williams ..., and Will. Tomson ..., 1655.
Notes:
Errata: prelim. p. [22].
Advertisement: p. [1]-[2] at end.
"A brief answer to the Antidiatribe written by Mr. Saunders ..." (p. [255]-374) has special title page.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Collinges, John, -- 1623-1690. -- Responsoria bipartita.
Saunders, Humphrey. -- Anti-diatribe.
Lord's Supper.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62668.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Authour to the Reader.
The most principal things hand∣led in this Controversie are contained in these few questions.
ERRATA.
To Receive the Lords Sup∣per, the actual Right and Duty of all Church-Members of years not Excommunicate.
I shall in the next place an∣nex a short Answer to, or an Examination of Mr. Collins Quotations and Arguments for that which he cals A Juridical Suspension from the Lords Sup∣per, the main Subject of his late Book.
title page
ABRIEF ANSWER To Mr. SAUNDERS ANTIDIATRIBE.
Books that are to be sold by Thomas Wil∣liams at the Bible in Little Brittain.