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Ellis, Clement. The vanity of scoffing: or A letter to a witty gentleman : evidently shewing the great weakness and unreasonableness of scoffing at the Christian's faith, on account of its supposed uncertainty. Together with the madness of the scoffer's unchristian choice

Ellis, Clement. A sermon preached on the 29th of May 1661 : the day of His Majestie's birth, and happy restauration, after a long exile, to his crown and kingdome : before His Excellency VVilliam Ld Marquis of Newcastle, at his house of Welbeck

Ellis, Clement. Religion [and] loyalty inseperable. A sermon preached at the assizes held at Nottingham, September the 5th, 1690. By Clement Elis, M.A. Rector of Kirkby, in the county of Nottingham. Octob. 2. 1690. : Imprimatur, Carolus Alston, R.P.D. Hen. Episc. Lond, à sacris