Mr. Chillingworth's book called The religion of Protestants [;] :
a safe way to salvation, made more generally useful by omitting personal contests, but inserting whatsoever concerns the common cause of Protestant, or defends the Church of England. /
With an addition of some genuine pieces of Mr. Chillingworth's never before printed ...
|Main Creator:||Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644.|
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London : Printed for R. Chiswell, C. Harper, W. Crook, Adamson, 1687.
An answer to a book entitled "Mercy and truth; or Charity maintained by Catholiques." by Edward Knott [pseud. of Matthew Wilson].
"Out of Mr. Chillingworth's manuscript. A letter to Mr. Lewgar, concerning the Church of Romes being the guide of faith and judge of controversies." 7 pages at end.
"An answer to some passages in Rushworths Dialogues. Beginning at the third dialogue Section 12. p. 181. ed. Paris, 1654. about traditions. London, James Adamson, 1687." has separate t.p.
Signatures: A2-A4, B-Z4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Fff4, S-S4, Hhh-Hhh4, Iii-Iii2; B-R4, S-S3.
Physical description: , 408, 7, . , 134 p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
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