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Goodwin, John.  (1646).  Anapologesiates antapologias. Or, The inexcusablenesse of that grand accusation of the brethren, called Antapologia. Complaining as well of the want of truth, as of Christianity, in many of the reports and assertions made in the said discourse. Pitying (though with some indignation) the impertinency and weaknesse of many others: and further proving the utter insufficiency of the antapologist for his great undertaking in the behalfe of the Presbyterian cause: with answers to his arguments or reasons (so call'd) for the support thereof in sundry particulars, and more especially in the point of non-toleration. Published by authoritie.  London :  printed by Matthew Simmons for Henry Overton, and are to be sold in Popes-head Alley

MLA Citation

Goodwin, John.  Anapologesiates antapologias. Or, The inexcusablenesse of that grand accusation of the brethren, called Antapologia. [microform] Complaining as well of the want of truth, as of Christianity, in many of the reports and assertions made in the said discourse. Pitying (though with some indignation) the impertinency and weaknesse of many others: and further proving the utter insufficiency of the antapologist for his great undertaking in the behalfe of the Presbyterian cause: with answers to his arguments or reasons (so call'd) for the support thereof in sundry particulars, and more especially in the point of non-toleration. Published by authoritie  printed by Matthew Simmons for Henry Overton, and are to be sold in Popes-head Alley London  1646

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Goodwin, John.  1646,  Anapologesiates antapologias. Or, The inexcusablenesse of that grand accusation of the brethren, called Antapologia. [microform] Complaining as well of the want of truth, as of Christianity, in many of the reports and assertions made in the said discourse. Pitying (though with some indignation) the impertinency and weaknesse of many others: and further proving the utter insufficiency of the antapologist for his great undertaking in the behalfe of the Presbyterian cause: with answers to his arguments or reasons (so call'd) for the support thereof in sundry particulars, and more especially in the point of non-toleration. Published by authoritie  printed by Matthew Simmons for Henry Overton, and are to be sold in Popes-head Alley London

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