|Title:||Banners of love displaied over the Church of Christ, walking in the order of the Gospel at Hexham: by the out-stretched arm of the King of Saints, against the jesuitical design lately attempted by the false Iew. Or, An answer to a narrative stuff'd with untruths, by four Newcastle gentlemen.:|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Banners of love displaied over the Church of Christ, walking in the order of the Gospel at Hexham: by the out-stretched arm of the King of Saints, against the jesuitical design lately attempted by the false Iew. Or, An answer to a narrative stuff'd with untruths, by four Newcastle gentlemen.:
London: Printed by Hen. Hills, and are to be sold at his house at the sign of Sir John Old Castle in Py-Corner, 1654.
Jews -- Great Britain
Manasseh ben Israel, -- 1604-1657
To the Church of Christ walking in the Order of the Gospel at HEXHAM.
The substance of the Declaration and Confession which was made at the publike Meeting-House at HEXHAM, the fourth Moneth, the fifth Day, 1653. By IOSEPH BEN ISRAEL.
The Administrators Animadversions up∣on this Declaration and Confession, wherein the glorious Order and Method of the High∣est shines forth.
Their first Consideration.
Their second Consideration.