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by Manlowe, Jennifer L., 1963-Available in Books at JSTOR: Open Access.
by Crescas, Ḥasdai, 1340-approximately 1410.Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
by Kotzé, Annemaré.Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
by Scheil, Andrew P. 1968-Available in ACLS Humanities Ebooks.
by Deloria, Vine.Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
A dispensation from the great Arch-Bishop of the true Church-Catholick, for priests, and all others that are in holy orders, that have not the gift of continency, but are subject so to looke on women as to lust after them, which is heart adultery, that if they so please, may lawfully marry, though they have vowed chastity sent forth out of tender compassion to their poore souls, such especially (if there be such amongst them) that are of noble and heroick spirits, and scorne to be enslaved to the popes decrees, not grounded on scripture to their own destruction both of souls and bodies /
by Bradshaw, Ellis.Get full text
A collection of several tracts in quarto written most since the discovery of the Popish Plot 1678 : being all against popery and presbitery : viz. ... : and besides, The history of the plot, in folio, Erasmus's colloquies against popery, Seneca's moralls, The guide to eternity, Cicero's offices in English, Five love-letters /
by L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704.Get full text
A toile for two-legged foxes. Wherein their noisome properties; their hunting and vnkenelling, with the duties of the principall hunters and guardians of the spirituall vineyard is liuely discouered, for the comfort of all her Highnesse trustie and true-hearted subiects, and their encouragement against all popish practises. /
by Baxter, J.Get full text
Here begynneth a boke, called the faull of the Romyshe churche, with all the abhomynations, where by euery manne may know and perceyue the diuersytie of it, betwene, ye prymatyue churche, of the whiche our souereigne Lorde and kynge is the supreme head, & ye malingnau[n]t church asunder..
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