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Author: Holdsworth, Richard, 1590-1649.
Title: An answer without a question, or, The late schismatical petition for a diabolicall toleration of seuerall religions expovnded being presented to the juncto at Westminster, August 16, 1646 by Colonel Pride and Lievtenant Colonel Goffe and others by the appointment of the Lord Fairfax their general : with some observations upon the mistery of their iniquity, and the juncto's answer thereunto / written by that reverend divine, Doctor Holdisworth ...
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Print source: An answer without a question, or, The late schismatical petition for a diabolicall toleration of seuerall religions expovnded being presented to the juncto at Westminster, August 16, 1646 by Colonel Pride and Lievtenant Colonel Goffe and others by the appointment of the Lord Fairfax their general : with some observations upon the mistery of their iniquity, and the juncto's answer thereunto / written by that reverend divine, Doctor Holdisworth ...
Holdsworth, Richard, 1590-1649.

London printed: [s.n.], 1649.
Subject terms:
Pride, Thomas, d. 1658.
Religious tolerance -- Church of England.
Schism.
Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century.
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