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The Vindication of the cobler, being a briefe publication of his doctrine, or, Certaine tenents [sic] collected out of the sermon of Samuel How, a cobler in Long Ally in Morefields which sermon he preacht in the Nags-head Tavern neare Coleman-street, in the presence of aboue a hundred people ... : this sermon lately printed and intituled, The sufficiency of the Spirits teaching, without humane learning, for the light and information of the ignorant ...

Title:The Vindication of the cobler, being a briefe publication of his doctrine, or, Certaine tenents [sic] collected out of the sermon of Samuel How, a cobler in Long Ally in Morefields which sermon he preacht in the Nags-head Tavern neare Coleman-street, in the presence of aboue a hundred people ... : this sermon lately printed and intituled, The sufficiency of the Spirits teaching, without humane learning, for the light and information of the ignorant ...
Note:London : Printed by R. Oulton, for John Wright the younger, and are to be sold at his Shop in the Old-Bayly, 1640
  
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Subject:How, Samuel -- Sufficiencie of the Spirits teaching without humane learning
Subject:Sufficiencie of the Spirits teaching without humane learning
Subject:Dissenters, Religious -- England
Subject:Broadsides -- London (England) -- 17th century
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