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The Resource A short and plain way to the faith and church, Composed many years since by Richard Hudleston. And now published for the common good by his nephew Jo. Hudleston. To which is annexed His late Majesty King Charles the Second his papers found in his closet after his decease. As also a brief account of what occurred on his death-bed in regard to religion

A short and plain way to the faith and church, Composed many years since by Richard Hudleston. And now published for the common good by his nephew Jo. Hudleston. To which is annexed His late Majesty King Charles the Second his papers found in his closet after his decease. As also a brief account of what occurred on his death-bed in regard to religion

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A short and plain way to the faith and church
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A short and plain way to the faith and church
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Composed many years since by Richard Hudleston. And now published for the common good by his nephew Jo. Hudleston. To which is annexed His late Majesty King Charles the Second his papers found in his closet after his decease. As also a brief account of what occurred on his death-bed in regard to religion
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eng
Citation location within source
  • v. 108, col. 343 ; Gillow
  • v. 3, p. 468
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BM
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non fiction
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A short and plain way to the faith and church, Composed many years since by Richard Hudleston. And now published for the common good by his nephew Jo. Hudleston. To which is annexed His late Majesty King Charles the Second his papers found in his closet after his decease. As also a brief account of what occurred on his death-bed in regard to religion
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Dedication signed by the author's nephew, John Hudleston
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38 p. ; 20 cm.
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  • (OCoLC)16102569
  • ucoclc16102569
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A short and plain way to the faith and church, Composed many years since by Richard Hudleston. And now published for the common good by his nephew Jo. Hudleston. To which is annexed His late Majesty King Charles the Second his papers found in his closet after his decease. As also a brief account of what occurred on his death-bed in regard to religion
Publication
Note
Dedication signed by the author's nephew, John Hudleston
Extent
38 p. ; 20 cm.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)16102569
  • ucoclc16102569

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