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A iust complaint against an uniust doer : Wherein is declared the miserable slaverie & bondage that the English Church of Amsterdam is now in, by reason of the tirannicall government and corrupt doctrine, of Mr. Iohn Pagett their present minister. The which things are plainly manifested in two certein letters, the one written by Mr. Iohn Davenport to the dutch classis, the other given vp to the English consistorie by some of the brethren. With other briefe passages tending to the same effect. Published by one that much pitties them and prayes dayly for their deliverance. Preview this item
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A iust complaint against an uniust doer : Wherein is declared the miserable slaverie & bondage that the English Church of Amsterdam is now in, by reason of the tirannicall government and corrupt doctrine, of Mr. Iohn Pagett their present minister. The which things are plainly manifested in two certein letters, the one written by Mr. Iohn Davenport to the dutch classis, the other given vp to the English consistorie by some of the brethren. With other briefe passages tending to the same effect. Published by one that much pitties them and prayes dayly for their deliverance.

Author: John Davenport
Publisher: [Amsterdam?] : [publisher not identified], Printed Anno 1634.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Early works
Controversial literature Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Davenport
OCLC Number: 606541503
Description: 1 online resource ([1], 24, [1] pages)
Other Titles: Just complaint against an unjust doer

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