A true, and exact relation of the difference between Mr. Christopher Cisner, one of the pastors of the French Church in London, and others of the consistory thereof, and John Jurin senior, merchant, a member of the same church Wherein the treacherous dealings towards the French churches in England, and erroneous doctrine asserted by Mr. Cisner, and his obstinacie, either to maintein, or retract it, are discovered: as also, the unjust defending him therein by that consistory, and their irregular proceedings against Mr. Jurin, are palpably objected to publique consideration. For the vindication of the said Mr. Jurin. By publique licence.
printed by William Bentley,
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