Chillingworthi novissima. Or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth. (In his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers, the Queens arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer. Set forth in a letter to his eminent and learned friends, a relation of his apprehension at Arundell, a discovery of his errours in a briefe catechism, and a shorr [sic] oration at the buriall of his hereticall book. By Francis Cheynell, late fellow of Merton Colledge. Published by authority.
Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665.
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CHILLINGWORTHI NOVISSIMA. OR, THE Sicknesse, Heresy, Death, and Buriall OF WILLIAM CHILLINGWORTH. (In his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow Souldiers, the Queens Arch-Engineer, and Grand-Intelligencer. SET FORTH IN A Letter to his Eminent and learned Friends, a Relation of his Apprehension at Arundell, a Discovery of his Errours in a Briefe Cate∣chism, and a short Oration at the Buriall of his Hereticall Book.

By FRANCIS CHEYNELL, late Fellow of MERTON Colledge.

Published by Authority.

LONDON, Printed for SAMUEL GELLIBRAND, at the Brazen Serpent in Pauls Church-yard, 1644.