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An abridgment of the controversy between the Church of England, and the new pseudo-primitives. Wherein the chief arguments on each side are propos'd in so short and plain a method, as may render it generally useful, even to persons of the meanest capacity: in a dialogue between Neophytus, an essentialist clergyman, and Irenæus, a layman of the Church of England.

Title:An abridgment of the controversy between the Church of England, and the new pseudo-primitives. Wherein the chief arguments on each side are propos'd in so short and plain a method, as may render it generally useful, even to persons of the meanest capacity: in a dialogue between Neophytus, an essentialist clergyman, and Irenæus, a layman of the Church of England.
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Note:London, Printed for C. Rivington, 1722
  
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