An Elegie upon several eminent divines lately deceased
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Published by Printed for D.M. in London .
Written in English

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SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1569:12.
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Pagination1 broadside.
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Open LibraryOL16729891M

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The last legacy of Henry Care, Gent. lately deceased containing a brief sum of Christian doctrine, by way of question and answer: particularly relating to several of the most important points controverted between us, and the Romanists: decided by express testimonies of the Holy Scripture, and evident reason: published for the use of such as. Westminster Assembly of Divines One of the principal tasks of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, which met between and , was to provide an authorized commentary on the scriptures to accompany the text of the English Bible which had been published in An elegy upon the most lamented death of the right reverend Dr. John Gauden late lord bishop of Worcester; who deceased on Friday, September 19th. in Worcester. Heath, James, / [ ] An Elegie upon Dr. Tho. Fuller that most incomparable writer, who deceased August the 15th / sic mœret James Heath. Spenser, book II of the Faery queene / (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), by Edmund Spenser, A. L. Mayhew, and G. W. Kitchin (page images at HathiTrust) Young's Night Thoughts: With Life, Critical Dissertation and Explanatory Notes, by Edward Young, ed. by George Gilfillan (Gutenberg ebook).

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