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Title: An admonitory letter vvritten by an old minister of the new combinational church, and sent to divers ejected minsters of those parts in which he lives.: In which is not boldly and barely affirmed, but also offered fairly to be confirmed by unanswerable arguments. I. The right constitution of a combinational church. II. The corruptions that crept in upon it from the parochial, cathedral, provincial, national, and oecumenical Roman church. III. Who were the heads of these several churches, and what were the qualities of them. Published I. For to inform the ignorant. II. For to reduce the errant.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An admonitory letter vvritten by an old minister of the new combinational church, and sent to divers ejected minsters of those parts in which he lives.: In which is not boldly and barely affirmed, but also offered fairly to be confirmed by unanswerable arguments. I. The right constitution of a combinational church. II. The corruptions that crept in upon it from the parochial, cathedral, provincial, national, and oecumenical Roman church. III. Who were the heads of these several churches, and what were the qualities of them. Published I. For to inform the ignorant. II. For to reduce the errant.
London: printed by J.G. for Richard Lowns, at the White Lion in Paul's Church-yard, 1658.
Subject terms:
Independent churches -- England
Church of England -- Government -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75899.0001.001

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An Admonitory LETTER VVRITTEN By an Old Minister of the New Combinational Church, and sent to divers Ejected Ministers of those Parts in which he lives.
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