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An advertisement concerning the fourth and last part of Mr. Poole's Synopsis criticorum aliorumque S. Scripturæ interpretum (London, 1676)
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Annotations upon the Holy Bible wherein the sacred text is inserted, and various readings annex'd (London : Parkhurst)
Vol. 1 (1700)
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Vol. 2 (1700) GB 
Annotations upon the Holy Bible: wherein the sacred text is inserted, and various readings annexed, together with the parallel Scriptures ... (New York : Robert Carter & brothers)
Vol. 3 (1852)
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Vol. 1 (1853) GB 
Vol. 2 (1853) GB 
Annotations upon the Holy Bible. Vol. I wherein the sacred text is inserted, and various readings annex'd, together with parallel scriptures, the more difficult terms in each verse are explained, seeming contradictions reconciled, questions and doubts resolved, and the whole text opened (London : John Richardson, for Thomas Parkhurst, Dorman Newman, Jonathan Robinson, Bradbazon Ailmer, Thomas Cockeril, and Benjamin Alsop, 1683)
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Annotations upon the Holy Bible. Vol. II wherein the sacred text is inserted, and various readings annex'd, together with the parallel scriptures, the more difficult terms in each verse are explained, seeming contradictions reconciled, questions and doubts resolved, and the whole text opened : being a continuation of Mr. Pool's work by certain judicious and learned divines. (London : Thomas Parkhurst [and 4 others], 1685)
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Dialogue between a Popish priest and an English Protestant : wherein the principal points and arguements of both religions are truly proposed, and fully examined (Philadelphia : Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1843)
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A dialogue between a popish priest and an English Protestant wherein the principal points and arguments of both religions are truly proposed and fully examined (London : E. Cotes, and are to be sold by S. Tompson ..., 1667)
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Dialogue Between a Popish Priest and an English Protestant: Wherein the Principal Points and Arguments of Both Religions are Truly Proposed, and Fully Examined (Presbyterian Board of Publications, 1843)
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Evangelical worship is spiritual vvorship as it was discussed in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Maior, at Pauls Church, Aug. 26. 1660. By Matthew Poole minister of the Gospel at Michael Quern in London. (London : Sa. Thomson at the Bishops-head in Pauls Church-yard, 1660)
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Matthaei Poli, Londinensis Synopsis criticorum aliorumque Scripturae Sacrae interpretum et commentatorum: summo ab eodem studio & fide adornata. Volumen primum -quintum!: Volumen quartum, complectens Evangelia et Acta Apostolorum, vol. 4 (typis & impensis Johannis Philippi Andreae, 1712)
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Matthæi Poli ... Synopsis criticorum aliorumque Scripturæ Sacræ interpretum et commentatorum: Complectens libros Biblicos Jobi, Psalmorum, Proverbiorum, Ecclesiastis, & Cantici canticorum (Typis & impensis Johannis Philippi Andreæ, 1712)
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A model for the maintaining of students of choice abilities at the university, and principally in order to the ministry with epistles & recommendations, and an account of the settlement and practise of it in the universities from the doctors there : as also with answers to such objections as are most plausible, which may be made against it : and with the names of the trustees. (London : J.H. for J. Rothwell ..., 1658)
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A Model for the Maintaining of Students of Choice Abilities at the University, and Principally in Order to the Ministry: Together with a Preface Before It, and After it a Recommendation from the University; and Two Serious Exhortations Recommended Unto All the Unfeigned Lovers of Piety and ... (1658)
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Mr. Matthew Pool, author of that elaborate work, Sinopsis critticorum his late sayings a little before his death, concerning the material points of the popish party, charged against the Protestants, wherein the desperate tenets of popish Jesuitical principles are detected and sollidly censured : for the settlement of all real professors, and practical opposers of those demnable delusions, in a few words to the wise : he dyed the 12th of this instant stilo nova, at Amstersdam. ([London] : P. Brooksby ..., 1679)
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The nullity of the Romish faith, or A blow at the root of the Romish Church, 2nd ed. (Oxford, 1667)
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The nullity of the Romish faith, or, A blow at the root of the Romish Church being an examination of that fundamentall doctrine of the Church of Rome concerning the Churches infallibility, and of all those severall methods which their most famous and approved writers have used for the defence thereof : together with an appendix tending to the demonstration of the solidity of the Protestant faith, wherein the reader will find all the materiall objections and cavils of their most considerable writers, viz., Richworth (alias Rushworth) in his Dialogues, White in his treatise De fide and his Apology for tradition, Cressy in his Exomologesis, S. Clara in his Systema fidei, and Captaine Everard in his late account of his pretended conversion to the Church of Rome discussed and answered (Oxford : Hen. Hall ... for Ric. Davis, 1666)
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The Nullity of the Romish Fatih: Or, A Blow at the Root of the Romish Church, Being an Examination of that Fundamentall Doctrine of the Church of Rome Concerning the Churches Infallibility, and of All Those Several Methods which Their Most Famous and Approved Writers Have Used for the Defence ..., 3rd ed. (R. Davis, 1667)
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