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Author: Harby, Thomas.
Title: Divi Arminij mactatorum renata, et renovata petitio. Or the Arminian priests last petition for their former formalitie, and ancient innovation, both in church and common-weale;: returned from all parts, with the numerall subscription of 6666. And therein their intentions are lively expressed by an accommodate and meete embleme, and made plain to the ingenuous reader. Viz unita fortior. Importunitie redoubled (where many combinde) will doubtlesse prevaile. By Thomas Harbie, gent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Divi Arminij mactatorum renata, et renovata petitio. Or the Arminian priests last petition for their former formalitie, and ancient innovation, both in church and common-weale;: returned from all parts, with the numerall subscription of 6666. And therein their intentions are lively expressed by an accommodate and meete embleme, and made plain to the ingenuous reader. Viz unita fortior. Importunitie redoubled (where many combinde) will doubtlesse prevaile. By Thomas Harbie, gent.
Harby, Thomas.

London: Printed by Matthew Simmons in Gold-Smiths Alley, 1642.
Subject terms:
Arminianism
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87080.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE ARMINIAN-PRIESTS last Petition for their former formalitie, and ancient innovation, both in Church and Common-weale; returned from all parts, with the numerall subscrip∣tion of 6000 and 666.
The Authors Epilogue.