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Meric Casaubon (1599-1671)
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A King and his subjects unhappily fallen out, and happily reconciled being the substance of a sermon with very little alteration fitted for the present time : preached in the sermon-house belonging to the cathedral of Christ-Church Canterbury Jan. 15, 1643, upon Hos. 3,4,5 (London, 1660)
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Merici Casauboni Is. F. vindicatio patris, adversus impostores, qui librum ineptum, et impium, de origine idololatriæ etc. Nuper sub Isaaci Casauboni nomine publicârunt (Apud Bonhamum Nortonium, & Ioannem Billium typographos regios, 1624)
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Of the necessity of reformation in, and before Luther's time and what (visibly) hath most hindred the progress of it : occasioned by some late virulent books written by Papists, but especially, by that intituled, Labyrinthus Cantuariensis : here besides some other points, the grand business of these times, infallibility, is fully discussed (London : A. Maxwel for Timothy Garthwait ..., 1664)
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The question to whom it belonged anciently to preach and whether all priests might or did discussed out of antiquity : as also, what preaching is, properly (London : Timothy Garthwait ..., 1663)
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To J.S., the author of Sure-footing, his letter, lately published, The answer of Mer. Casaubon, D.D., concerning the new way of infallibility lately devised to uphold the Roman cause, the Holy Scriptures, antient fathers and councills laid aside (London : Timothy Garthwait ..., 1665)
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A treatise concerning enthusiasme, : as it is an effect of nature, but is mistaken by many for either Divine inspiration or diabolical possession. (London : R.D. and sold by Tho. Johnson, 1655)
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A treatise concerning enthusiasme, as it is an effect of nature, but is mistaken by many for either divine inspiration, or diabolical possession by Meric Casaubon ... (London : R.D. and are to be sold by Tho. Johnson ..., 1655)
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A treatise of vse and custome. (London : I[ohn] L[egat], 1638)
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A treatise proving spirits, witches, and supernatural operations, by pregnant instances and evidences together with other things worthy of note (London : Brabazon Aylmer ..., 1672)
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The use of daily pvblick prayers in three positions (London : John Maynard, 1641)
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The vindication or defence of Isaac Casaubon against those impostors that lately published an impious and vnlearned pamphlet, intituled The originall of idolatries, &c. vnder his name, by Meric Casaubon his sonne. Published by his Maiesties command. (London : Bonham Norton, and Iohn Bull to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, 1624)
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