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Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645 National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

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VIAF ID: 42189633 (Personal)


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Ancilla pietatis, 1656: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Dippers dipt, or, the anabaptists duck'd and plung'd over head and ears, at a disputation in southwark also a large and full discourse of their 1. originall, 2. severall sorts, 3. peculiar errours, 4. high attempts against the state, 5. capitall punishments xR Extended Titles-test
Fisher catched in his owne net xR Extended Titles-test
Gentle lash, or, The vindication of Dr. Featley, a knowne champion of the Protestant religion also seven articles exhibited against him with his answer thereunto : together with the said Doctor his manifesto and challenge xR Extended Titles-test Wikipedia (en)
the grand sacrilege of the church of rome in taking away the sacred cup from the laiety in the lord's table . . . together with two conferences, the former at paris with d. smith ... the later at london with mr. everard Wikipedia (en)
the league illegal: wherein the late solemn league is … examined … and confuted; … written long since in prison by daniel featley. … published by john faireclough, vulgo featley. (d. f. his speech before the assembly of divines, concerning the new league and covenant. dr. featley's sixteen reasons for episcopal government, which he intended to have delivered in the assembly . . . but was not permitted Wikipedia (en)
transubstantiation exploded; or an encounter with richard [smith] the titularie bishop of chalcedon, concerning christ his presence at his holy table. . . . whereunto is annexed a . . . disputation [touching the same point] held at paris with c. bagshaw Wikipedia (en)
warning for England, especially for London: in the famous history of the frantick Anabaptists ... National Library of the Netherlands-test
θρήνοικος. the house of mourning; furnished with directions for the houre of death. delivered in 47 sermons, preached at the funeralls of . . . divers servants of christ. by dr. d. featly and other, . divines. Wikipedia (en)

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