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Author: Chandler, John, 17th cent.
Title: A narrative plainly shewing, that the priests of England are as truely Antichrist (who got up since the dayes of the Apostles) as the pope and his clergie: denying Christ to be both a king, a priest, and a prophet; : with a serious warning to the Parliament not to uphold and maintain them by a law, under any pretence whatsoever ... / By one who ... hath escaped the snares of sin and deceit, and bin [sic] brought ... into His pure fear, known by the name of John Chandler.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A narrative plainly shewing, that the priests of England are as truely Antichrist (who got up since the dayes of the Apostles) as the pope and his clergie: denying Christ to be both a king, a priest, and a prophet; : with a serious warning to the Parliament not to uphold and maintain them by a law, under any pretence whatsoever ... / By one who ... hath escaped the snares of sin and deceit, and bin [sic] brought ... into His pure fear, known by the name of John Chandler.
Chandler, John, 17th cent.

London: Printed for the author, 1659.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Doctrines
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A78562.0001.001

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A Narrative, plainly showing, that the Priests of England are as truly Antichrist (who got up since the daies of the Apostles) as the Pope and his Clergy, &c.