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Certain briefe treatises, written by diverse learned men, concerning the ancient and moderne government of the Church : wherein both the primitive institution of episcopacie is maintained, and the lawfulnesse of the ordination of the Protestant ministers beyond the seas likewise defended : the particulars whereof are set downe in the leafe following.
: Leonard Lichfield, 1641
) / added author(s): Martin Bucer
, John Rainolds
, James Ussher
A learned treatise of the Sabaoth, written by Mr Edward Brerewood, professor in Gresham Colledge, London. To Mr Nicolas Byfield, preacher in Chester. With Mr Byfields answere and Mr Brerewoods reply.
: Iohn Lichfield printer to the famous Vniversity, for Thomas Huggins, 1630
A second treatise of the Sabbath, or an explication of the Fourth Commandement. Written, by Mr Edward Brerewood professor in Gresham Colledge in London.
: Iohn Lichfield, and are to be sold by Thomas Huggins, 1632