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Author: Bowles, Oliver, ca. 1577-1646?
Title: Zeale for Gods house quickned: or, A sermon preached before the assembly of Lords, Commons, and Divines, at their solemn fast Iuly 7. 1643. In the Abbey Church at Westminster. Expressing the eminencie of zeale requisite in church reformers: / by Oliver Bowles, Pator of Sutton in Bedfordshire. Published by order of both Houses of Parliament.
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Print source: Zeale for Gods house quickned: or, A sermon preached before the assembly of Lords, Commons, and Divines, at their solemn fast Iuly 7. 1643. In the Abbey Church at Westminster. Expressing the eminencie of zeale requisite in church reformers: / by Oliver Bowles, Pator of Sutton in Bedfordshire. Published by order of both Houses of Parliament.
Bowles, Oliver, ca. 1577-1646?

London: Printed by Richard Bishop for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Brazen Serpent in Pauls Church-yard, 1643.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- John II, 17 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Fast-day sermons -- 17th century.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
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