The Marrow of Ecclesiastical History: Contained in the Lives of One Hundred Forty Eight Fathers, Schoolmen, First Reformers and Modern Divines which Have Flourished in the Church Since Christ's Time to this Present Age : Faithfully Collected, and Orderly Disposed According to the Centuries Wherein They Lived : Together with the Lively Effigies of Most of the Eminentest of Them Cut in Copper
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