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Edmund Chishull

A charge of heresy, maintained against Mr. Dodwel’s late Epistolary discourse, concerning the mortality of the soul. By way of address to the clergy of the Church of England. Laying open his Opposition to the receiv’d Creeds, and his Falsification of all Sacred and Profane Antiquity. By Edm. Chishull, B.D. late Chaplain at Smyrna, and Fellow of C. C. C. Oxon.

London: Printed for Samuel Manship, at the Ship near the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill , 1706.
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A charge of heresy, maintained against Mr. Dodwel’s late Epistolary discourse, concerning the mortality of the soul. By way of address to the clergy of the Church of England. Laying open his Opposition to the receiv’d Creeds, and his Falsification of all Sacred and Profane Antiquity. By Edm. Chishull, B.D. late Chaplain at Smyrna, and Fellow of C. C. C. Oxon. Library Average
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