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dialogue betwixt two Protestants (in answer to a Popish catechism, called, A short catechism against all sectaries) plainly shewing, that the members of the Church of England are no sectaries but true Catholicks; and that our church is a sound part of Christ"s Holy Catholick Church, in whose communion therefore the people of this nation are most strictly bound in conscience to remain. In two parts.. by John Rawlet

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Published by Printed for Samuell Tidmarsh, at the Kings-Head in Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Church of England -- Doctrines.,
  • Church of England -- Controversial literature.,
  • Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.

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The Physical Object
Pagination[24], 247, [1] p. ;
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16644563M

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