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recantation of the prelate of Canterbury

William Laud

recantation of the prelate of Canterbury

being his last advise to his brethren the bishops of England to consider his fall, observe the times, forsake their wayes, and to joyne in this good work of reformation ....

by William Laud

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English


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Wing : L 613.

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