Browsing by Author "Jacob, Henry, 1563-1624, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A counter-poyson modestly written for the time, to make aunswere to the obiections and reproches, wherewith the aunswerer to the Abstract, would disgrace the holy discipline of Christ.Date of publication:
1584Author(s):Description:Variously attributed to Dudley Fenner and to William Stoughton; sometimes also attributed to Henry Jacob. An answer to: Cosin, Richard. An answer to the two first and principall treatises of a certeine factious libell, ...This item contains 4 files (3.42 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A defence of the reasons of the counter-poyson, for maintenance of the eldership against an aunsvvere made to them by Doctor Copequot, in a publike sermon at Pawles Crosse, vpon Psal. 84. 1584. VVherein also according to his demaunde is proued syllogisticallie for the learned, and plainlie for all men, the perpetuitie of the elders office in the church.Date of publication:
1586Author(s):Description:Variously attributed to Dudley Fenner and to William Stoughton; sometimes also attributed to Henry Jacob. In the preface (A2 verso) the author speaks of himself as distinct from the author of the, likewise anonymous, book ...This item contains 4 files (848.6 KB).Publicly Available