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Answer to Stillingfleet's Discourse on separation , by T. Browne; entitled, "The reasons of a person scrupling the oaths why he is not convinced by a late discourse entituled, The unreasonableness of a new separation", Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

MS. Rawl. C. 185, fol. 2

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On the back of a fly-leaf at the end (fol. 107) is this endorsement: "N.B. This copy, which is the most perfect one extant, is corrected by the author's own handwriting in many places. R. G."


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  • English


MS. Rawl. C. 185, fol. 2


  • Printed, apparently from this MS., in octavo. Lond. 1749. Three introductory pages, omitted in the printed copy, occur in the MS., along which a marginal line is drawn, and at the end of which is the following note: "So much of the MS. as is thus scored in the margin I have good reason to believe was cancell'd by the author many years before his death."


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