A Briefe and Moderate Answer, to the Seditious and Scandalous Challenges of Henry Burton, Late of Friday-Streete in the Two Sermons, by Him Preached on the Fifth of November. 1636. and in the Apologie Prefixt Before Them. by Peter Heylyn. (1637) by Peter Heylyn (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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