Doctrinall and morall observations concerning religion

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Doctrinall and morall obseruations concerning religion: vvherein the author declareth the reasons of his late vn-enforced departure from the Church of Rome; and of his incorporation to the present Church of England: teaching, maintaining and defending the true Christian catholike and apostolike faith, professed by the ancient primitiue church, most conspicuous in the outward vertues and constant.

Doctrinall and morall observations concerning religion: vvherein the author declareth the reasons of his late vn-enforced departure from the Church of Rome, and of his incorporation to the present Church of England: teaching, maintaining and defending the true Christian Catholike and apostolike faith, professed by the ancient primitiue church, most conspicuous in the outward vertues and.

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