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Author: Knowles, John, fl. 1646-1668.
Title: A modest plea for private mens preaching. Or An answer to a booke intituled, Private men no pulpit men; composed by Master Giles Workman.: Wherein the thing in controversie is briefly debated; the examination of private mens preaching examined; also certain accusations wip'd away and removed. / By John Knowles a preacher of the gospel, formerly in and neer Glocester, now belonging to the life-guard of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A modest plea for private mens preaching. Or An answer to a booke intituled, Private men no pulpit men; composed by Master Giles Workman.: Wherein the thing in controversie is briefly debated; the examination of private mens preaching examined; also certain accusations wip'd away and removed. / By John Knowles a preacher of the gospel, formerly in and neer Glocester, now belonging to the life-guard of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.
Knowles, John, fl. 1646-1668.

London: s.n., Printed in the year 1648.
Subject terms:
Lay preaching -- England
Workman, Giles, -- 1604 or 5-1665. -- Private men no pulpit men
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87825.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Preface to the Reader.
A Modest PLEA for private Mens PREACHING.
The First Part. Wherein the thing in controversie is briefly stated and clearly explained, where∣unto also positive arguments are annexed, and certain Interogatories an∣swered.
The Second Part. Wherein the Author addresseth himselfe to his Antagonist in particular, in answering certaine extravigances observ'd and pick'd out both of the Epistle and Treatise.
The Third Part. Wherein the examination of Private mens Preaching is examined.
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