The horrid sin of man-catching, explained in a sermon upon Jer. 5, 25, 26

preach"d at Colchester, July 10, 1681
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Printed for Francis Smith ... , London
Church of England -- Sermons., Bible. -- O.T. -- Jeremiah V, 25-26 -- Sermons., Sermons, English -- 17th cen
Statementby Edmond Hickeringill ...
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1035:4.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination42 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16735855M

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Filed under: Bible. Jeremiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. The horrid sin of man-catching, explained in a sermon upon Jer. 26 book26, preached at Colchester, J / by Edmond Hickeringill. With several other collateral observations and reflexions upon the island.

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