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Stillingfleet, Edward. & Stillingfleet, Edward.  (1662).  Irenicum. A vveapon-salve for the churches vvounds. Or The divine right of particular forms of church-government; discussed and examined according to the principles of the law of nature, the positive laws of God, the practice of the apostles and the primitive church, and the judgment of Reformed divines. Whereby a foundation is laid for the Churches peace, and the accommodation of our present differences. Humbly tendered to consideration. By Edward Stillingfleete, Rector of Sutton in Bedfordshire.  London :  printed by R.I. for Henry Mortlock, at the Ph#16nix, and John Simmes, at the Cross-keyes in St. Pauls Church-yard, neer the little North door

MLA Citation

Stillingfleet, Edward. and Stillingfleet, Edward.  Irenicum. [microform] A vveapon-salve for the churches vvounds. Or The divine right of particular forms of church-government; discussed and examined according to the principles of the law of nature, the positive laws of God, the practice of the apostles and the primitive church, and the judgment of Reformed divines. Whereby a foundation is laid for the Churches peace, and the accommodation of our present differences. Humbly tendered to consideration. By Edward Stillingfleete, Rector of Sutton in Bedfordshire  printed by R.I. for Henry Mortlock, at the Ph#16nix, and John Simmes, at the Cross-keyes in St. Pauls Church-yard, neer the little North door London  1662

Australian/Harvard Citation

Stillingfleet, Edward. & Stillingfleet, Edward.  1662,  Irenicum. [microform] A vveapon-salve for the churches vvounds. Or The divine right of particular forms of church-government; discussed and examined according to the principles of the law of nature, the positive laws of God, the practice of the apostles and the primitive church, and the judgment of Reformed divines. Whereby a foundation is laid for the Churches peace, and the accommodation of our present differences. Humbly tendered to consideration. By Edward Stillingfleete, Rector of Sutton in Bedfordshire  printed by R.I. for Henry Mortlock, at the Ph#16nix, and John Simmes, at the Cross-keyes in St. Pauls Church-yard, neer the little North door London

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