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Lectures History of the Life and Valiant MENT.—Thessalonians. Deedes of Caradoc the Great, King upon the ... Epistles of Paul to of Cambria, now called Wales. the Thessalonians .. By ...R. [A play, in five acts and in verse. Rollock, etc. Edited by H. C. Written by R. A[rmin), Gent. and W. A.] 1606. 8vo. 3266. ee. Printed for W. Gilbertson, London,
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ABBOT (GEORGE) Touching the imputation of the sively Bishop of Lichfield and death of Henry the IIII., late K. Coventry, of London, and Archof France, to Priests, Jesuites, or bishop of Canterbury. See Bible. Catholicke doctrine. [Douay,]
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