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John Everard (c.1584-c.1640)
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The arriereban a sermon preached to the company of the military yarde, at St. Andrewes Church in Holborne at St. Iames his day last. By Iohn Everarde student in Diuinity, and lecturer at Saint Martins in the fields. (London : E. G[riffin] for Thomas Walkley, and are to be sold at his shop at the Eagle and Childe in Brittaines Burse, 1618)
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Britanno-Romanus, siue Angligenarum in Collegio Romano vitæ ratio. Autore, Iohanne Euerardo (Londini : Gulielm. Hall impensis Guliel. Welbie, 1611)
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Gospel treasures, discovering the riches of grace and glory to the vessels of mercy ... extracted from sermons preached at Kensington and elsewhere. Taken down in short hand, and first printed at London, in 1653 (Philadelphia, 1819)
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The Gospel treasury opened, or, The holiest of all unvailing discovering yet more the riches of grace and glory to the vessels of mercy unto whom onely it is given to know the mysteries of that kingdom and the excellency of spirit, power, truth above letter, forms, shadows (London : John Owsley for Rapha Harford, 1657)
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Some gospel treasures, or, The holiest of all unvailing : in several sermons, discovering yet more the riches of grace and glory to the vessels of mercy ... in several sermons, preached at Kensington and elsewhere (Germantown : Christopher Sower, 1757)
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Somewhat vvritten by occasion of three sunnes seene at Tregnie in Cornewall, the 22. of December last. With other memorable occurents in other places. ([London] : Imprinted [by N. Okes and T. Walkley], 1622)
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The universal love of God to mankind defended against the misapprehensions of some people about the doctrine of election and reprobation. Written for the sake of the simple-hearted, by John Everard. (London : T. Sowle, next door to the Meeting-house in White-Hart-Court in Gracious-street; and at the Bible in Leaden-hall-street near the Market, 1697)
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A winding-sheet for the schism of England contriv'd for to inform the ignorant, resolve the wavering, and confirm the well principled Roman Catholick. By J. E. missioner. (Dublin : [s.n.], permissu Superiorum, 1687)
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