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Title A Fvll and faithfvll accompt of the passages betwixt the parish of Michaels Cornehill (met in a vestry) the ministers and elders of the fourth classis of the province of London, and Mr. J. Symonds, late of Roterdam in Holland : touching his admission to the expository lecture in that parish in the room of Mr. Burroughs deceased : published, in the name, and by the unanimous consent of the classes met at the vestry of Mary-ax-Hill, Febr. 1. 1646 as a remedy against the manifold misreports and censures to confidently delivered by some, and too credulously received by others, concerning the beginning, proceeding and conclusion of that motion : at a meeting of the fourth classis, Feb. 1. 1646 : resolved upon the question, nemine contradicente, that this vindication of the vestry of Michaels Cornhill, and the fourth classis of the province of London, concerning the motion of Mr. Symonds to bee lecturer in that parish, bee presented to some of the licencers for the presse, and forthwith printed / subscribed by order of the fourth classis, by W. Wickins ...
Related title Full and faithfull accompt of the passages.
Fvll and faithfvll accompt of the passages.
Publication Info London : Printed by Rich. Cotes, 1646.



Descript [2], 18 p.
Note Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
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Series Early English books online.
Subject Symonds, J.
Church polity.
Related title Full and faithfull accompt of the passages.
Fvll and faithfvll accompt of the passages.
Descript [2], 18 p.
Note Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Symonds, J.
Church polity.
Related title Full and faithfull accompt of the passages.
Fvll and faithfvll accompt of the passages.

Subject Symonds, J.
Church polity.
Descript [2], 18 p.
Note Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.

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