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prefatory answer to Mr. Henry Stubbe, the Doctor of Warwick

Joseph Glanvill

prefatory answer to Mr. Henry Stubbe, the Doctor of Warwick

Wherein the malignity ... of his temper ..., andthe impertinency of his arguings & quotations in his animadversions on Plus Ultra, are discovered.

by Joseph Glanvill

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Published by Printed by A. Clark, for J. Collins ... in London .
Written in English


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Reference: Wing G 821.

ContributionsStubbe, Henry.
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