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Author: Ogilvy, Michael, d. 1666.
Title: Fratres in Malo, or The matchles couple,: represented in the writings of Mr. Edward Bagshaw, and Mr. Henry Hickman; by way of answer to a scandalous letter, bearing the name of Mr. Bagshaw; and to a slanderous libel, fictitiously subscribed by Theophilus Churchman, but proved to be written by Henry Hickman. To which is added a Latine essay, very briefly and plainly reconciling God's præscience with the free-will of man, which Mr. Bagshaw thought irreconcileable. All in vindication of Dr. Heylin and Mr. Pierce. By one of the meanest of their admirers M.O. Bachelour of Arts.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Fratres in Malo, or The matchles couple,: represented in the writings of Mr. Edward Bagshaw, and Mr. Henry Hickman; by way of answer to a scandalous letter, bearing the name of Mr. Bagshaw; and to a slanderous libel, fictitiously subscribed by Theophilus Churchman, but proved to be written by Henry Hickman. To which is added a Latine essay, very briefly and plainly reconciling God's præscience with the free-will of man, which Mr. Bagshaw thought irreconcileable. All in vindication of Dr. Heylin and Mr. Pierce. By one of the meanest of their admirers M.O. Bachelour of Arts.
Ogilvy, Michael, d. 1666.

[London]: Printed by R. Wilks, and are to be sold by the booksellers of London and Oxford, 1660.
Subject terms:
Bagshaw, Edward, -- 1629-1671
Hickman, Henry, -- d. 1692
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90123.0001.001

Contents
title page
to the reader
The Contents of the Letter to Mr. Bagshaw.
The Contents of the Letter to Mr. Hickman.
For Mr. EDWARD BAGSHAW St. of Ch. Ch.
Conciliatio facilis & perspicua Praesci∣entiae Divinae cum Libero Hominis Arbitrio.
To Mr. HENRY HICKMAN Titular Fellow of Magd. Coll. and Preten∣ded Parson of St. Aules in Oxford, Touching a Libel subscribed by THEOPHILUS CHURCHMAN.