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A vindication of the antient general assembly, from the false imputations of the Russelites. Being an answer to a pamphlet, stil'd, the Lincoln and Northamptonshire reasons for their separation, &c. Containing also, the learned curcelleus's judgment against unscriptural terms in articles of faith. Remarks on Tho. Monk's book against eutychianism. Remarks on T. Garret's Sermon. Mr. Grantham's letter relating to the Buckinghamshire Creed. The original of the quarrel with Matthew Caffen. Citations out of the Right Reverend Bishop Taylor, concerning hereticks, &c. As likewise out of the preface to the remonstrants confession. To which are added two tracts, viz. An earnest and compassionate suit for forbearance, to the writers of some controversies. By a melancholy stander-by, ... - now a Bishop in Mr. Chillingworth's judgment of the religion of protestants, &c.
- Melancholy stander-by.
- Printed in the year M.DCC.IV.