A Briefe Examination for the Tyme, of a Certaine Declaration, Lately Put in Print in the Name and Defence of Certaine Ministers in London, Refusyng to Weare the Apparell Prescribed by the Lawes and Orders of the Realme. (1566) by John Hooper (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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