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REDUCTION (the) of Episcopacy unto the form of Synodical government, received in the antient Church, proposed in the year 1641. as an expedient for the prevention of those troubles which afterwards did arise about the matter of Church government, Episcopal and Presbyterial government conjoyned. Proposed now again, anno 1703, for removing the differences in the Church of Scotland, by the author of the Essay for promoving national love and unity. [John WILSON.] This may be altered according to the different circumstances of the Church of Scotland. Edinburgh, reprinted in the year 1703. Quarto. Pp. 7.* Dedication signed J. W. Author's name in the hand-writing of Dr. David Laing. The reprint at Edinburgh, 1706, has the author's full name at the dedication.
R E F L E CT I O N S on a late libel, intituled, Observations on a late famous sermon, intituled, Curse ye Meroz. . In a letter to our old friend R. L. [By Edmund HICKERINGILL.] London, 1680. Quarto. Pp. 45. b. t.” Letter signed A. B. The above appeared in the same year with the following title, “A vindication of the late sermon on . . . Curse ye Meroz, from the idle aspersions cast upon it and its author. With a full and true narrative of i. material passages in Mr Hickeringill's
REFLECTIONS on a late pamphlet [by Matthew Tindal], isie."“Priestcraft in perfection.” [By Anthony COLLINS.] London, 1710. Octavo. Pp. 8.* [Bodl.] No title-page; the imprint is at the end.