An answer to a book called A just defence and vindication of Gospel-ministers, and Gospel-ordinances put forth by J.G. In which he pretends an answer to E.B.'s Tryal of the ministers, and other things against the Quakers. ...Given forth from him who desires the edification and satisfaction of all in the things appertaining to the Kingdom of God, Rich. Hubberthorn
printed for Robert Wilson, at the sign of the Black-spread-eagle and Wind-Mill, in Martins P Grand [sic],
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Gaskin, John, > fl. 1660. > Just defence and vindication of Gospel-ministers > Controversial literature > Early works to 1800.
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