2 edition of Twenty-one conclusions further demonstrating the schism of the Church of England found in the catalog.
Twenty-one conclusions further demonstrating the schism of the Church of England
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1318:32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Twenty-one conclusions further demonstrating the schism of the Church of England: formerly offer'd in confutation of Dr. Hammond and Bishop Bramhall: to which are added some reasons tender'd to impartial people why Dr. Maurice, Chaplain to His Grace of Canterbury, ought not to be traduc'd as the licenser of the pamphlet entituled A plain answer to a popish priest, questioning the orders.
He was unmarried, and his estate was administered to by his sister, Elizabeth Clancey, a widow (Administration Act Book, P.C.C. f. questioning the Orders of the Church of England,”’ appended to ‘Twenty-one Conclusions further demonstrating the Schism of the Church of England,’ 4to, Oxford.
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