Forty four queries [microform] propounded to all the clergy-men of the liturgy, by one whom they trained up in, and according to the best things set forth in the Book of common-prayer Concerning the which these queries are, for the satisfying of the unsatisfied, and for the uniting and preserving of peace among the people. Wherein also, first are shewed eleven reasons why these queries are proposed. Written by one that hath learned (as he was taught) to forsake the Devil, and all his works, the vanities of the wicked world, to hold the true Christian-faith, & to keep God's holy will and commandments, and walk in the same all the days of his life. ... Humphrey Smith

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