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An Epistle to diuers Papistes in England prouing the Pope to be the Beast in the 13 Reuelat. and to be the Man exalted in the Temple of God, as God (2 Thess. ii; 4.). Whereby the true Church of Christ is knowen from the euill. London, 1585. 8vo.

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