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Edward Bowles (bap.1613-1662)
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The dutie and danger of swearing opened in a sermon preached at York, February 3, 1655, the day of swearing the lord maior ([York] : and sold in York by Tho. Broad, 1655)
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Good counsell for evil times.: Or, A plain sermon preached at Pauls in London, April 16. 1648. (London : F : Neile for Samuel Gellibrand, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Brasen Serpent in Pauls Church-yard, 1648)
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Manifest truth, or, An inversion of truths manifest containing a narration of the proceedings of the Scottish army, and a vindication of the Parliament and kingdome of England from the false and injurious aspersions cast on them by the author of the said manifest. (London : M.S. for Henry Overton ... and Giles Calvert ..., 1646)
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The mysterie of iniquitie, yet working in the kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland, for the destruction of religion truly Protestant. : Discovered, as by other grounds apparent and probable so especially by the late Cessation in Ireland, no way so likely to be ballanced, as by a firme union of England and Scotland, in the late solemne Covenant, and a religious pursuance of it (London : A. B., 1643)
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The mysterie of iniquity, yet working in the kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland for the destruction of religion truly Protestant : discovered, as by other grounds apparant and probable, so especially by the late cessation in Ireland, no way so likely to be ballanced as by a firme union of England and Scotland in the late solemne Covenant and a religious pursuance of it (London : Samuel Gellibrand, 1643)
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The mysterie of iniqvity yet working in the kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland, for the destruction of religion truly Protestant discovered, as by other grounds apparant and probable, so especially by the late cessation in Ireland, no way so likely to be ballanced, as by a firme union of England and Scotland, in the late solemne covenant, and a religious pursuance of it. (London : Samvel Gellibrand, 1643)
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Pedum Pastorale seu conciones duae ad Johan. 21, v. 15-18 : ad clerum Oxoniensem habitae. Prior a Daniele Featley Posterior a Roberto Harris : Annexa est Allocutio hortatoria ad ministros evangelii reformatos Oliveri Bowles ... nec non ejusdem methodus concionandi Anglicana. (Utrecht : Meinardus a Dreunen, 1657) / added author(s): Daniel Featley, Robert Harris
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Plaine English, or, A discourse concerning the accommodation, the armie, the association (London?, 1643)
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