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Author: Ball, John, 1585-1640.
Title: A friendly triall of the grounds tending to separation in a plain and modest dispute touching the lawfulnesse of a stinted liturgie and set form of prayer, Communion in mixed assemblies, and the primitive subject and first receptacle of the power of the Keyes: tending to satisfie the doubtfull, recall the wandering, and to strengthen the weak: by John Ball.
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Print source: A friendly triall of the grounds tending to separation in a plain and modest dispute touching the lawfulnesse of a stinted liturgie and set form of prayer, Communion in mixed assemblies, and the primitive subject and first receptacle of the power of the Keyes: tending to satisfie the doubtfull, recall the wandering, and to strengthen the weak: by John Ball.
Ball, John, 1585-1640.

[Cambridge]: Printed by Roger Daniel printer to the Universitie of Cambridge; for Edward Brewster, [London,] and are to be sold at his shop at the Bible on Fleet-bridge, 1640.
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Church of England -- Controversial literature -- Puritan authors -- Early works to 1800.
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