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Andrew Willet (1562 – 4 December 1621) was an English clergyman and controversialist. A prolific writer, he is known for his anti-papal works. His views were Calvinist, conforming and non-separatist, and he appeared as a witness against Edward Dering before the Star-chamber. Joseph Hall (who knew him well) eulogised Willet in Noah's Dove, and Thomas Fuller modelled 'the Controversial Divine' of his Holy State on him.

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by Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621
At London : Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Thomas Man, and are to be sold by Henry Fetherston, dwelling at the signe of the Rose in Pauls Church-yard, 1613
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by Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621
At London : Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Thomas Man, and are to be sold by Henry Fetherston, dwelling at the signe of the Rose in Pauls Church-yard, 1613
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by Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621
At London : Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Thomas Man, and are to be sold by Henry Fetherston, dwelling at the signe of the Rose in Pauls Church-yard, 1614
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by Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621
[Cambridge] : Printed by Cantrell Legge, printer to the Vniversitie of Cambridge. 1607. And are to be sold in Pauls Churchyard [, London,] by Richard Bankevvorth at the signe of the Sunne, [1607]
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by Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621
At London : Printed by R. B[adger] for Robert Allot, and are to be sold by Iohn Stafford, dwelling in Blacke-horse-Alley neere Fleet-street, 1634
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