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Three speeches of Sir Edward Dearings, Knight and Baronet, in the Commons House of Parliament
Dering, Edward Sir
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1354:18|
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|Number of Pages||14|
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Extended title: Three speeches: of Sir Edward Dearings, knight and baronet in the Commons House of Parliament. The first concerning the freedome of Mr. Wilson, a minister in Kent. The second at a grand committee of the whole house for religion.
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A collection of speeches made by Sir Edward Dering Knight and Baronet, in matter of religion.: Some formerly printed, and divers more now added: all of them revised, for the vindication of his name, from weake and wilfull calumnie: and by the same Sir Edward Dering now subjected to publike view and censure, upon the urgent importunity of many, both gentlemen and divines.
A most worthy speech of the truly honourable and worthy member of the House of Commons Sir Edward Deering knight and baronet spoken in Parliament concerning the lyturgy of the Church of England and for a nationall synod.
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