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A rationale upon the Book of Commonprayer of the Church of England / By the Right Reverend Father in God Anthony Sparrow, lord bishop of Exon. With his Caution to his diocese against false doctrines
Bib ID 2851701
Format BookBook
Author
Sparrow, Anthony, Bishop of Norwich, 1612-1685
 
Description London : Printed for Robert Pawlet, 1676 
[12], 365, [27], [6]. 31 p. : front., ports ; 16 cm. (12mo) 
Notes

"A catalogue of some books printed for and sold by Robert Pawlet ...: [6] p. at end.

Added engraved title-page.

The second part has seperate paging and special title-page: The Bishop of Exon'sCaution against false doctrine, in a sermon to his diocese at Truro in Cornwall. ... London, Printed for R. Pawlet. 1676.

With inscription: W. F. Adams; and, Mary Prestwich.

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Wing S4833.

Subjects Church of England. - Book of common prayer.

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