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Jesus Christ the mysticall or Gospell sun, sometimes seemingly eclipsed, yet never going down from his people: or, Eclipses spiritualized.
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Year: 1652 Publisher: London Printed by T. Maxey for John Rothwell, at the Sun and Fountain in Pauls Church-yard,

A Coppie of a letter translated out of high Dutch into French and imprinted at Leyden anno 1604 now Englyshed. : Containing a notable discourse of a Jew yet liveing and wanderinge through the world as a vagabond, who was an assistant at the death & passion of our saviour Jesus Christ ...
Year: 1652

A comment on the eleven first verses of the fourth chapter of S. Matthew's Gospel concerning Christs temptations : delivered in XII sermons at St. Clements, Eastcheap, London
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Year: 1652 Publisher: London Printed by Ja. Cottrel for George Eversden ...,

A treatise of justification; : tending to prove that a sinner is justified before God, onely by Christs righteousnesse imputed. By William Bradshaw.
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Year: 1652 Publisher: London printed by W.H. for E. Brewster and G. Sawbridge, and are to be sold at the signe of the Bible on Ludgate-hill,

Sips of sweetnesse; or Consolation for weak beleevers : A treatise, discoursing of the sweetnesse of Christs carriage towards all his weake members. Particularly, to such as are weak either, 1. habitually; or 2. accidentally, by reason of 1. working. 2. Sinning; or 3. suffering. Being the summe of certaine sermons preached upon Isa. 40. 11. By John Durant preacher of the Gospell.
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Year: 1652 Publisher: London printed for R.I. and are to be sold by Wil. Gilbertson at the Bible in Guilt-Spur-street without New-gate,

Exercitatio, de vera S. Sti nominis Jesu etymologia : una cum explanatione ana-lytica orationis dominic. Sibyll cuman vaticinium de nomine Jesu.
Year: 1652 Publisher: Londini prostant ven. apud T. Garthwait, sub de Sancti Pauli,

The meritorious price of our rdemption [sic], iustification, &c. : Cleering it from some common errors; and proving, Part I. 1. That Christ did not suffer for us those unutterable torments of Gods wrath, that commonly are called hell-torments, to redeem our souls from them. 2. That Christ did not bear our sins by Gods imputation, and therefore he did not bear the curse of the law for them. Part II. 3. That Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law (not by suffering the said curse for us, but) by a satisfactory price of attonement; viz. by paying or performing unto his father that invaluable precious thing of his mediatoriall obedience, wherof his mediatoriall sacrifice of attonement was the master-piece. 4. A sinners righteousnesse or justification is explained, and cleered from some common errors. By William Pinchin, Gentleman, in New-England.
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Year: 1652 Publisher: London printed for William Ley at Paul's Chain neer Doctors Commons,

The rise, growth, and fall of Antichrist : together with the reign of Christ. by Edw. Haughton minister.
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Year: 1652 Publisher: London Printed by R.W. for Francis Tyton, and are to be sold at his shop at the three Daggers in Fleetstreet, near the Inner-Temple Gate,

The Racovian catechisme : vvherein you have the substance of the confession of those churches, which in the kingdom of Poland, and great dukedome of Lithuania, and other provinces appertaining to that kingdom, do affirm, that no other save the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, is that one God of Israel, and that the man Jesus of Nazareth, who was born of the Virgin, and no other besides, or before him, is the onely begotten Sonne of God.
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Year: 1652 Publisher: Printed at Amsterledam sic for Brooer Janz,

Subjection to Christ in all his ordinances, and appointments, the best means to preserve our liberty. : Together with a treatise of ineffectual hearing the word; how we may know whether we have heard the same effectually: and by what means it may be come effectual unto us. With some remarkable passages of his life. By Tho. Shephard, late pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge in New-England. Now published by Mr. Jonathan Michell pastor of the said church in New England.
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Year: 1652 Publisher: London Printed for John Rothwell and are to be sold by Tho. Brewster, at the three Bibles in Pauls Church-yard, neer the west end,

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