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A letter to the author of the reply to a late paper called a full answer to Dr. Tenisons conferences concerning ye Eucharist.

William Darrell, 1651-1721, author.

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The plain-mans answer to his country parsons admonition : together with the missioners answer, to the plain-mans reply. Permissu superiorum.

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An exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic Church in matters of controversie. By the Right Reverend James Benigne Bossuet, counsellor to the King, Bishop of Meaux, formerly of Condom, and preceptor to the dauphin; first almoner to the dauphiness. Done into English from the fifth edition in French.

Jacques Bénigne Bossuet, 1627-1704.

London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1685. Great Britain England London.

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The fourth Catholick letter in answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon, preach't at Guild-Hall, November 27th. 1687. Entituled, Scripture & tradition compared, addrest to his auditory. By John Sergeant. Published with allowance.

John Sergeant, 1622-1707.

London : printed, and sold by Matthew Turner at the Lamb in High-Holbourn, 1688. Great Britain England London.

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The Council of Trent examin'd and disprov'd by Catholick tradition, in the main points in controversie between us and the Church of Rome; with a particular account of the times and occasions of introducing them; part I. To which a preface is prefixed concerning the true sense of the Council of Trent and the notion of transubstantiation.

Edward Stillingfleet, 1635-1699.

London : printed for Henry Mortlock, at the Phœnix in St. Paul's Church-yard, and the White-Hart in Westminster-Hall, MDCLXXXVII [1688] Great Britain England London.

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