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Author: Rotherham, Thomas Atwood, d. 1657.
Title: A den of theeves discovered. Or certaine errours and false doctrines, delivered in a sermon at a visitation holden at Baldocke in the county of Hertford, Decemb. 9. 1641. By Henry Denne, curate at Pyrton in Hertfordshire.: And since printed by his owne appointment. Contradicted justly by many of the auditors. And confuted by Thomas-Atvvood Rotherham, now rector of St John Zacharies, London, and sometimes vicar of Iclkeford in Hertfordshire, neare Hitchin. Here you have the point of iustification by free grace fully handled, together with many difficult places of Scriptnre [sic] (much abused) plainly expounded; and some speciall cases of conscience resolved, whereby the weakest Christian, in the greatest conflict, may gather true and solid comfort. With severall tables very necessary and usefull for the reader. Published by authority.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A den of theeves discovered. Or certaine errours and false doctrines, delivered in a sermon at a visitation holden at Baldocke in the county of Hertford, Decemb. 9. 1641. By Henry Denne, curate at Pyrton in Hertfordshire.: And since printed by his owne appointment. Contradicted justly by many of the auditors. And confuted by Thomas-Atvvood Rotherham, now rector of St John Zacharies, London, and sometimes vicar of Iclkeford in Hertfordshire, neare Hitchin. Here you have the point of iustification by free grace fully handled, together with many difficult places of Scriptnre [sic] (much abused) plainly expounded; and some speciall cases of conscience resolved, whereby the weakest Christian, in the greatest conflict, may gather true and solid comfort. With severall tables very necessary and usefull for the reader. Published by authority.
Rotherham, Thomas Atwood, d. 1657.

Printed at London: by R. Cotes, and are to be sold by Samuel Cartwright, at the signe of the Hand and Bible in Ducke-Lane, 1643.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
Visitation sermons
Donne, Henry, -- 1606 or 7-1660?. -- Doctrine and conversation of John Baptist.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91998.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL Sir WILLIAM LYTTON One of the Knights in Parliament, for the County of Hertford.
TO MY NEIGHBOVRS and BRETHREN, THE MINISTERS IN THE COVN∣tie of Bedford and Hertford.
TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL Sr. JOHN WOLLASTON Alderman, Mr. Richard Morrell: And the rest of my loving Parishioners of Saint John Zacharies LONDON.
To my Loving Friends, and some∣times Parishioners of Ickleford, in the County of Hertford.
The Names of the Authors used in this Booke, set downe Alphabetically.
A Table of the principall Contents of this Booke.
Places of Scripture expounded.
To the Assembly of Divines now sitting concerning matters of Religion, by Order from the High Court of PARLIAMENT.
A DEN OF THEEVES DISCOVERED.