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* A letter to the Rev. Mr John Jackson, oc-
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King James the Sixth, King Charles the First,
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A vindication of His Majesties [King James]
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the Protestant religion, and to reduce these
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The summ of the Episcopal controversy, as it
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J A M IESON- JANE WAY.
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the perpetual war among themselves, observed ;
the opposition between the spirit of Prelacy
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JAMIESON (ROBERT), D. D. , Minister of St Paul's
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