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Edward.  (1682).  K. Edward the VIth his own arguments against the Pope's supremacy wherein several popish doctrines and practices, contrary to God's word, are animadverted on, and the marks of anti-Christ are applied to the Pope of Rome.  London :  Printed by J.D. for Jonathan Robinson

MLA Citation

Edward.  K. Edward the VIth his own arguments against the Pope's supremacy [electronic resource] : wherein several popish doctrines and practices, contrary to God's word, are animadverted on, and the marks of anti-Christ are applied to the Pope of Rome / translated out of the original, written with the King's own hand in French, and still preserved ; to which are subjoined some remarks upon his life and reign, in vindication of his memory, from Dr. Heylin's severe and unjust censure  Printed by J.D. for Jonathan Robinson London  1682

Australian/Harvard Citation

Edward.  1682,  K. Edward the VIth his own arguments against the Pope's supremacy [electronic resource] : wherein several popish doctrines and practices, contrary to God's word, are animadverted on, and the marks of anti-Christ are applied to the Pope of Rome / translated out of the original, written with the King's own hand in French, and still preserved ; to which are subjoined some remarks upon his life and reign, in vindication of his memory, from Dr. Heylin's severe and unjust censure  Printed by J.D. for Jonathan Robinson London

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