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Certain briefe observations and antiquæries: on Master Prin's Twelve questions about church-government.: Wherein is modestly showne, how un-usefull and frivolous they are, how bitter and unchristian in censuring that way; whereas there are no reasons brought to contradict it. By a well-willer to the truth, and Master Prin.

Title:Certain briefe observations and antiquæries: on Master Prin's Twelve questions about church-government.: Wherein is modestly showne, how un-usefull and frivolous they are, how bitter and unchristian in censuring that way; whereas there are no reasons brought to contradict it. By a well-willer to the truth, and Master Prin.
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Note:[London? : s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1644
  
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Subject:Church polity
Subject:Prynne, William, 1600-1669 -- Twelve considerable serious questions touching church government
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