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Answers Stapleton's 'Fortress Overthrown' : A rejoinder to Martiall's reply : A discovery of the dangerous rock of the popish church commended by Sanders (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1848)
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A briefe confutation, of a popish discourse: lately set forth, and presumptuously dedicated to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie: by Iohn Howlet, or some other birde of the night, vnder that name. Contayning certaine reasons, why papistes refuse to come to church, which reasons are here inserted and set downe at large, with their seuerall answeres. By D. Fulke, Maister of Penbroke Hall, in Cambridge. Seene and allowed. (At London : [by Thomas Dawson] for George Byshop, 1581)
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A comfortable sermon of faith, in temptations and afflictions. Preached at S. Botulphes wythout Aldersgate in London, the .xv. of Februarye. 1573. By Maister VVilliam Fulke, Doctor of Diuinitie. (London : Iohn Awdeley, dwellying in little Brittaine streete without Aldersgate, 1574)
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A confutation of a popishe, and sclaunderous libelle in forme of an apologie: geuen out into the courte, and spread abrode in diuerse other places of the realme. VVritten by VVilliam Fulke, Bacheler in Diuinitie, and felowe of S. Ihons Colledge in Cambridge. (London : Ihon Kingston, for William Iones, and are to bee solde at the newe long shop, at the west ende of Poules, 1571)
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Confutation of the Rhemish Testament
Leavitt, Lord, 1834GB 
New York : Leavitt, Lord, 1834IA 
D. Heskins, D. Sanders, and M. Rastel, accounted (among their faction) three pillers and archpatriarches of the popish synagogue (vtter enemies to the truth of Christes Gospell, and all that syncerely professe the same) ouerthrowne, and detected of their seuerall blasphemous heresies. By D. Fulke, Maister of Pembrooke Hall in Cambridge. Done and directed to the Church of England, and all those which loue the trueth. (At London : Henrie Middleton for George Bishop, 1579)
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A defence of the sincere and true translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English tongue, against the cavils of Gregory Martin
C.U.P., 1843GB 
Cambridge Univertity Press, 1843GB 
University press, 1843GB 
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1843IA 
Cambridge : Univ. Press, 1843BSB 
A defence of the sincere and true translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English tongue,against the cavils of Gregory Martin (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1843)
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A defence of the sincere and true translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English tongue: against the cavils of Gregory Martin, ed. Charles Henry Hartshorne
ed. Charles Henry Hartshorne (University press, 1842)GB 
ed. Charles Henry Hartshorne (University press, 1843)GB 
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