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Wilcock, James, d. 1662
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A challenge sent to Master E. B. a semi-separatist from the Church of England.
Wilcock, James, d. 1662
London : [s.n.], Printed Anno Dom. 1641 [i.e. 1642]
1642
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A challenge sent to Master E. B. a semi-separatist from the Church of England
Wilcock, James, d. 1662
London : [s.n.], 1641
1641
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Six sermons lately preached in the parish church of Gouahurst in Kent and afterwards most maliciously charged with the titles of odious, blasphemous, popish, and superstitious, preaching
Wilcock, James, d. 1662
London : Printed by I. Raworth, 1641
1641
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Six sermons lately preached in the parish church of Gouahurst in Kent. And afterwards, most maliciously charged with the titles of odious, blasphemous, Popish, and superstitious, preaching.
Wilcock, James, d. 1662
London : Printed by I. Raworth, Anno Dom. 1641
1641
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The true English Protestants apology against the blacke-mouth'd obloquie of ignorance and innovation. Necessary to support the weak, to confirm the strong, to instruct the ignorant, and stop the mouth of the adversary. Wherby the Church of England is in some part vindicated from the oduous accusations of popery, supersitions, and idolatry. Preached by James Wilcocke, vicar of Goudhurst in Kent
Wilcock, James, d. 1662
London : printed by I. R., 1642
1642
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