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An apologetical narration, or, A just and necessary vindication of Clement Writer : against a four-fold charge laid on him by Richard Baxter, and published by him in print.
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Year: 1658 Publisher: London : Printed for David White ...,

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The ministry of Christ asserted: and Mr. Rich. Baxters two sheets for the ministers unfolded, and his ministery presented to publick view. By R.B.
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Year: 1658 Publisher: [London] : Printed for Giles Calvert and Dan. White, and are to be sold at the Black Spread-eagle at the West end, and at the Seven Stars on the North side of Pauls,

Heautontimoroumenos, or, The self-revenger exemplified in Mr. William Barlee. : By way of rejoynder to the first part of his reply, viz. the unparallel'd variety of discourse in the two first chapters of his pretended vindication. (The second part of the rejoynder to the second part of his reply being purposely designed to follow after by it self, for reasons shortly to be alledged.) Wherein are briefly exhibited, amongst many other things, the rigidly-Presbyterian both principles and practice. A vindication of Grotius from Mr. Baxter. of Mr. Baxter from Mr. Barlee. of Episcopal divines from both together. To which is added an appendage touching the judgement of the right Honourable and right Reverend Father in God, Iames Lord primate of Armagh, and metropolitan of Ireland, irrefragably attested by the certificates of Dr. Walton, Mr. Thorndike, and Mr. Gunning, sent in a letter to Doctor Bernard.
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Year: 1658 Publisher: London : printed by R. Daniel, for Richard Royston, at the Angel in Ivie-Lane,

A brief treatise on the truths behalf in discovery of falshoods : which are dispersed abroad in two papers of Richard Baxters ... the one intituled One sheet for the ministry, the other A second sheet for the ministry, and he hath pretended the one against malignants among whom he hath numbred them called Quakers and uttered forth his envy in several lies and revilings against that people called Quakers, whose known integrity shall stand a witness against all such deceivers and revilers as he is proved to be perpetually ...
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Year: 1658 Publisher: London : Printed for Thomas Simmons,

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