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Author: Robinson, Henry, 1605?-1664?
Title: Some few considerations propounded,: as so many scruples by Mr. Henry Robinson in a letter to Mr. Iohn Dury upon his epistolary discourse: with Mr. Duryes answer thereunto. VVherein is observable with what overtures of spirit they endeavour to edifie each other, not withstanding their differing judgements and opinions about the Independent and Presbyterian way. Published by a well-willer to peace and truth, in expectation that it may no little conduce, either to the reconciling of such controversies, or to the debating them with lesse noise and bitternesse. Whereunto is annexed another epistolary discourse, written by Mr. John Dury, to a worthy knight, concerning the principles of meditation: from which rules may be gathered to direct men to order their thoughts, so as to finde a resolution of all their doubts.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Some few considerations propounded,: as so many scruples by Mr. Henry Robinson in a letter to Mr. Iohn Dury upon his epistolary discourse: with Mr. Duryes answer thereunto. VVherein is observable with what overtures of spirit they endeavour to edifie each other, not withstanding their differing judgements and opinions about the Independent and Presbyterian way. Published by a well-willer to peace and truth, in expectation that it may no little conduce, either to the reconciling of such controversies, or to the debating them with lesse noise and bitternesse. Whereunto is annexed another epistolary discourse, written by Mr. John Dury, to a worthy knight, concerning the principles of meditation: from which rules may be gathered to direct men to order their thoughts, so as to finde a resolution of all their doubts.
Robinson, Henry, 1605?-1664?, Dury, John, 1596-1680., Well-Willer to Peace and Truth.

London: Printed for Charles Green, and are to be sold at his shop in Ivie Lane, at the signe of the Gun., 1646.
Subject terms:
Presbyterianism
Congregationalism
Robinson, Henry, -- 1605?-1664?
Dury, John, -- 1596-1680
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91887.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reverend and much honoured, Mr. IOHN DURY.
To his much respected and loving friend in Christ, Mr. Henry Robinson.
To Mr. H.
To Sir Cheny Culpeper Knight.