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Concerning the new church discipline, an excellent letter written ... to ... R.H. (i.e. RichardHooker).

George Cranmer

Concerning the new church discipline, an excellent letter written ... to ... R.H. (i.e. RichardHooker).

by George Cranmer

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Published in (Oxford) .
Written in English


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ContributionsHooker, Richard.
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20077530M

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Concerning the new church discipline, an excellent letter written ... to ... R.H. (i.e. RichardHooker) by George Cranmer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Concerning the new church discipline: Series: Early English books online. ^A General note: Written in by Cranmer to Richard Hooker, this work was first published in General note: Printer's name from Wing.

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BOOK tion. The long-continued and more than ordinary favour2 which hitherto your Grace hath been pleased to shew towards me may justly claim at my hands some thankful acknowledgment thereof.

In which consideration, as also for that I embrace willingly the ancient received course and conveniency of that discipline, which teacheth inferior degrees and orders.

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