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Chillingworth, William. The religion of protestants a safe vvay to salvation. : Or An ansvver to a booke entitled Mercy and truth, or, charity maintain'd by Catholiques, which pretends to prove the contrary. By William Chillingworth Master of Arts of the University of Oxford

Chillingworth, William. The religion of protestants a safe vvay to salvation. : Or An ansvver to a booke entitled Mercy and truth, or, charity maintain'd by Catholiques, which pretends to prove the contrary. By William Chillingworth Master of Arts of the University of Oxford

Chillingworth, William. The religion of protestants a safe vvay to salvation. : Or An ansvver to a booke entitled Mercy and truth, or, charity maintain'd by Catholiques, which pretends to prove the contrary. By William Chillingworth Master of Arts of the University of Oxford

Chillingworth, William. The religion of protestants a safe way to salvation. : Or An ansvver to a booke entitled Mercy and truth, or charitie maintain'd by Catholiques: which pretends to prove the contrary. By William Chillingworth Master of Arts of the Universitie of Oxford

Clagett, William. Of the humanity and charity of Christians· : A sermon preached at the Suffolk feast in St. Michael Cornhill, London, Nov. 30. 1686. By William Clagett, D.D. preacher to the Honourable Society of Greys-Inn, and chaplain in ordinary to his Majesty