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Edward Wells (1667-1727)
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Dr. Wells's examination of the remarks on his letter to Mr. Peter Dowley, 2nd ed., vol. 1 (Oxford : L. Lichfield, for J. Knapton, 1710)
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The duty of being grieved for the sins of others, set forth in a sermon [on Psalm cxix]: preached in St.Martin's Church in Leicester, April the 26th, 1710 (James Knapton, 1710)
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An help for the right understanding of the several divine laws and covenants, whereby man has been oblig'd thro' the several ages of the world to guide himself in order to eternal salvation (1729)
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The invalidity of presbyterian ordination proved from the presbyterians own doctrine of the twofold order: or A summary view of what has passed in controversy between dr. Wells and mr. Peirce (1707)
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A letter from a minister of the Church of England [E. Wells] to mr. Peter Dowley, a dissenting teacher, 3rd ed. (1706)
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A letter to a friend, concerning the great sin of taking God's name in vain [by E. Wells]. By E. Wells, 10th ed. (1714)
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A letter to a friend: concerning the great sin of taking God's name in vain. Whereto are added, one or two remarks concerning vain or common swearing. By Edward Wells, ... (James Knapton, 1710)
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A letter to the Reverend Dr Clarke, rector of St James's Westminster,: in answer to his letter to Dr Wells (Oxford : Anthony Peisley; and are to be sold by James Knapton, Henry Clements, William Taylor, and John Morphew, in London, 1713)
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Remarks on Dr Clarke's introduction to his Scripture-doctrin of the Trinity (Oxford : Theatre, for Anthony Peisley, and are to be sold by James Knapton, Henry Clements, William Taylor, and John Morphew booksellers in London, 1713)
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A second letter to the Reverend Dr. Clarke, Rector of St. James's, Westminster:: Being an answer to the close of his reply to Mr. Nelson: together with part of two letters from Mr. Nelson, ... There is also added, a postscript, ... (London : Richard Smith, 1715)
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Some testimonies of the most eminent English dissenters, as also of foreign reformed Churches ... concerning the lawfulness of the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England [by E. Wells.]., 2nd ed. (1706)
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A treatise concerning the harmony of the four gospels : together with a table, representing in one easy and clear view the harmony of the four gospels; so far forth as relates to the order of time, wherein the several passages of the gospel history did succeed one another (London : James Knapton, 1718)
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