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Mede, Joseph. The name altar, or thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table. : A common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since. By Joseph Mede B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge

Mede, Joseph. The reverence of Gods house· : A sermon preached at St. Maries in Cambridge, before the Universitie on St. Matthies day, anno 1635/6. By Joseph Mede B.D. and late fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge

Mede, Joseph. Churches, that is, appropriate places for Christian vvorship ; both in, and ever since the Apostles times. A discourse at first more briefly delivered in a colledge chappell, and since enlarged. By Joseph Mede, B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge

Mede, Joseph. Clauis apocalyptica : ex innatis et insitis visionum characteribus eruta et demonstrata. Ad eorum usum quibus Deus amorem studiúmq[ue] indiderit prophetiam illam admirandam cognoscendi scrutandíq[ue]

Mede, Joseph. The name altar, or thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table. : A common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell more than two yeares since. By Joseph Mede B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge

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