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Field, Richard (1561-1616)
Of the Church, five Books / 2 : Containing an appendix to the third book, and the fourth book (Cambridge : University Press for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 1849)
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Of the Church, five Books / 3 : Containing the fifth book to the end of the forty-seventh chapter (Cambridge : University Press for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 1850)
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Of the Church, five Books / 4 : Containing the fifth book from the beginning of the forty-eight chapter, and the appendix to the fifth book (Cambridge : University Press for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 1852)
BSB 
Fisher, John (1469-1535)
The funeral sermon of Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby, mother of King Henry VII, and foundress of Christ's and St. John's College in Cambridge, preached by Bishop Fisher in 1509 : With Baker's preface to the same, containing some further account of her charities and foundations, together with a catalogue of her professors both at Cambridge and Oxford, and of her preachers at Chambridge. Edited by J. Hymers (Cambridge : University Press for J. & J.J. Deighton, 1840)
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Forbes, John (1593-1648)  en
The First Book of the Irenicum; a contribution to the theology of re-union (Cambridge : Univ. Press, 1923)
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Fulke, William (1538-1589)
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 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, 1843IA 
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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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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Stapleton's Fortress overthrown. A rejoinder to Martiall's Reply. A discovery of the dangerous rock of the popish church commended by Sanders. By William Fulke ... Edited for the Parker society, vol. 22 (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1848)
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Fullwood, Francis (-1693)
The pillars of Rome broken : wherein all the several pleas for the Pope's authority in England, ... to which is subjoined a seasonable alarm ... (Cambridge : J. & J.J. Deighton, 1847)
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Roma ruit : The pillars of Rome broken ; wherein all the several pleas for the pope's authority in England, with all the material defences of them, as they have been urged by Romanists from the beginning of our Reformation to this day, are revised and answered ; to which is subjoined A sesonable alarm to all sorts of Englishmen, against popery, both from their oaths and their interests (Cambridge : J. and J.J. Deighton, 1847)
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Gassendi, Pierre (1592-1655)  en fr
Institutio astronomica : juxta hyptheses tam veterum quam Coperinici & Tychonis (Cambridge : ex officina Joann. Hayes, 1702)
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Goade, Thomas (1576-1638)
A collection of tracts concerning predestination and providence: and the other points depending on them (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1719) / added author(s): John Plaifere, Christopher Potter, Laurence Womock
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Greene, Robert (c.1678-1730)  en
A demonstration of the truth and divinity of the Christian religion, as it is propos'd to us in the Scriptures of the New Testament. In several discourses. To which is annex'd a discourse in general, to prove that matters of faith are at least equally, if not more demonstrable, in the strictest sense of that word, than those of reason (Cambridge : University-press, for E. Jeffery and R. Chapman, 1711)
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The principles of the philosophy of the expansive and contractive forces; or, An inquiry into the principles of modern philosophy: that is, into the several chief rational sciences, which are extant. In seven books (Cambridge : University-Press, by C. Crownfield, and are to be sold by him, 1727)
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Grindal, Edmund (c.1516-1583)
The remains of Edmund Grindal (Cambridge : University Press, 1843)
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Grotius, Hugo (1583-1645)  en nl
De jure belli et pacis libri tres (Cambridge : University Press)
Vol. 2 (1853)
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Vol. 3 (1853) IA 
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