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An ansvver unto Mr. William Dell the right reformer his Epistle dedicatory to the Parliament
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To the Hon. T. H. Esq; on the Death of his Daughter→ London: Archibald Bell, pages Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral — An Hymn to Humanity Phillis Wheatley 7 I. INTRODUCTION A. Purpose of and those Addressed by the Ratio Formationis Generalis 1. The Ratio Formationis Generalis (RFG) wishes to respond to the request of LCO It does more than recall and develop the prescriptions of LCO in describing especially the spirit and context necessary for institutional and religious formation in our Order. Interesting Scholarly Edition of Blackstone Blackstone, Sir William Lewis, William Draper, Editor. Commentaries on the Laws of England in Four Books, With Notes Selected from the Editions of Archibold, Christian, Cole, Ridge, Chitty, Stewart, Kerr, And Others; And in Addition Notes and References To All Text Books and Decisions Wherein the Commentaries .
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An ansvver unto Mr. William Dell the right reformer his Epistle dedicatory to the Parliament. An information for Mr. William Dell the (right reformer) as he is pleased to stile himself: (being the first to our best remembrance that ever assumed that title.) Or, An answer to his reply upon Mr.
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London: Printed by Rob. White for Henry Mortlock, First edition. 8 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches. Folio. 2 ffep + imprimatur + title + 3 leaves (epistle dedicatory) + 7 leaves (preface and contents) + numbered pages + 1 rfep.
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