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An appendix to Mr. Perkins his six principles of Christian religion by Mr. Iohn Robinson. (London, 1641)
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A briefe catechisme concerning church-governemnt. By that Reverend Divine Mr. Iohn Robinson, and may fitly be adjoyned to Mr. Perkins six Principles as an appendix thereto. (London : [s.n.], in the yeare, 1642)
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A defence of the doctrine propounded by the synode at Dort against Iohn Murton and his associates, in a treatise intituled; A description what God, &c. With the refutation of their answer to a writing touching baptism. By Iohn Robinson. (Amsterdam : [Successors of G. Thorp], in the year, 1624)
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A Defence of the Doctrine propounded by the Synode at Dort: against J. Murton and his associates, in a Treatise [published anonymously] intituled: A Description what God,&c. With the refutation of their Answer to a Writing touching Baptism (1624)
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Essayes; or, Observations Divine and Morall ... The second Edition, etc (J. D., 1638)
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A iust and necessarie apologie of certain Christians, no lesse contumeliously then commonly called Brownists or Barrowists. By Mr. Iohn Robinson, pastor of the English Church at Leyden, first published in Latin in his and the churches name over which he was set, after translated into English by himself, and now republished for the speciall and common good of our own countrimen (Amsterdam : [Successors of G. Thorp], 1625)
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A iustification of separation from the Church of England Against Mr Richard Bernard his invective, intituled; The separatists schisme. By Iohn Robinson. (Amsterdam : [G. Thorp], 1610)
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A justification of separation from the Church of England: against Mr R. Bernard his invective intituled The Separatists schisme (Richt Right Press, 1639)
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A Justification of Separation from the Church of England. Against Mr. Richard Bernard His Invective, Intiteled; The Separatists Schism, vol. 1 (1639)
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A manumission to a manuduction, or Answer to a letter inferring publique communion in the parrish assemblies upon private with godly persons there. By Iohn Robinson (Amsterdam : [G. Thorpe], 1615)
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Oberuations diuine and morall For the furthering of knowledg, and vertue. By Iohn Robbinson. ([Amsterdam] : [by the successors of Giles Thorp], 1625)
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Observations Divine and Morall. For the furthering of knowledg and vertue (1625)
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Of religious communion private, & publique With the silenceing of the clamours raysed by Mr Thomas Helvvisse agaynst our reteyning the baptism receaved in Engl: & administering of Bapt: vnto infants. As also a survey of the confession of fayth published in certayn conclusions by the remaynders of Mr Smithes company. ... By Iohn Robinson. (Amsterdam?, 1614)
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The Seven Articles from the Church of Leyden, 1617 (1856) / added author(s): Willam Brewster
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A treatise of the lavvfulnes of hearing of the ministers in the church of England: penned by that late learned and reverent deuine, Mr. Iohn Robinsz. late pastor to the new English church of God in Leyden. Printed according to the copie that was found in his studie after his decase [sic]: and now published for the common good. Together with a letter written by the same authore: and approued by his church: vvhich followeth after this treatise (Printed [in Amsterdam?], 1634)
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A treatise of the lawfulnes of hearing of the Ministers in the Church of England ... by J. Robinsz ... With a Letter written by the same Authore (to ... the Church of Christ in London). (1634)
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The Works of John Robinson ... with a Memoir and Annotations, vol. 2 (John Snow, 1851)
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The Works of John Robinson, Pastor of the Pilgrim Fathers, ed. Robert Ashton, vol. 2 (Doctrinal Tract and Book Society, 1851)
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The works of John Robinson, pastor of the pilgrim fathers
ed. Robert Ashton (Boston : Doctrinal Tract and Book Society, 1851)GB 
London : John Snow
Vol. 1 (1851) IA 
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