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A Letter from an Independent to his honoured friend, a Presbyterian in London
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Full text of "A reply to Mr. Brown's vindication of the Presbyterian form of church-government: in which the order of the apostolical churches is defended. In a series of letters to the author" See other formats. In he writes: ' I, being in London, went to see my honoured friend, Master Henry Briggs, who then brought me acquainted with Master Gunter [q.v.], with whom, falling into speech about his quadrant, I shewed him my horizontall instrument' ('Apologet. Epist.' in Ward's Lives, p. 78).
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Get this from a library. A Letter from an Independent to his honoured friend, a Presbyterian in London. Very rare and rather important tractate by Royalist divine, Thomas Swadlin. He had been removed from his living by Cromwell and the Puritan Parliament. From Prison he appears to have issued the present letter, anonymously, to John Glynne, a Welsh Lawyer who became Lord Chief Justice under Oliver Cromwell.
Glynne himsel. Burnets letter to his friend in London. [microform] His Majesties letters to the Bishop of London and the Lord Mayor [microform] His Majesties letters to the Bishop of London and the Lord Mayor [electronic resource] A Letter of an Independent to his honoured friend in London [microform] University College, London.
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THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND is confined almost to the kingdom whence it received its name, and to Ireland, for Presbyterianism is the established religion in Scotland.
This Presbyterianism is directly the same with Calvinism, as it was established in France, and is now professed at Geneva. As the priests of this sect receive but very inconsiderable stipends from their churches, and consequently.
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