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Author: Pressick, George.
Title: A breife relation, of some of the most remarkable pasages of the Anabaptists in high and low Germany in the year, 1521. &c.: Gathered out of the writings of Sleyden, Antonius, Servanus, Lambertus, John Gastio, and others who write of their practises. And Bullinger, Luther, Melancthon, Calvin, Vrsinus, and others who write against their heresies. By George Pressick, of Dublin in Ireland.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A breife relation, of some of the most remarkable pasages of the Anabaptists in high and low Germany in the year, 1521. &c.: Gathered out of the writings of Sleyden, Antonius, Servanus, Lambertus, John Gastio, and others who write of their practises. And Bullinger, Luther, Melancthon, Calvin, Vrsinus, and others who write against their heresies. By George Pressick, of Dublin in Ireland.
Pressick, George.

[London: printed by Tho. Ratcliff, 1660]
Subject terms:
Anabaptists -- Germany
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90953.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, Roger Lord Broghill, Sir Charles Coote, and Sir Theophilus Jones, Grace and peace be multiplied
A breife Relation of some Remarkable Passages, of the Anabaptists, in High and low Germany.
Certain reasons against some Points of Popery, which they are desired to answer if they can.
Of works of Supererogation.
Secondly of Merits.
Thirdly of Purgatory.
Fourthly of Transubstantiation.