The Ansvvere of the Vicechancelour, the Doctors, Both the Proctors to the Humble Petition of the Ministers of the Church of England, Desiring Reformation of Certaine Ceremonies and Abuses of the Church. (1603) by University of Chicago Graduate School of, University of Oxford (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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