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[TRAVERS, Walter (1548-1635?), Puritan]. A defence of the ecclesiastical discipline ordayned of God to be vsed in his Church. Against a Replie of Maister Bridges, to a briefe and plain Declaration of it, which was printed an. 1584... [Middelburg, Richard Schilders], 1584. Small 4° (172 x 126mm). Collation: A-Z4 Aa-Cc4. 19th-century blue morocco gilt by Bedford, edges gilt. Provenance: D. Drury, contemporary signature on title (perhaps Dru Drury, courtier and warder of Mary Queen of Scots); Wm. Drury, later signature below; Cardiff Castle bookplate. ONLY EDITION. A defence of Fulke's Declaration of 1584. STC 24183

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[TRAVERS, Walter (1548-1635?), Puritan]. A defence of the ecclesiastical discipline ordayned of God to be vsed in his Church. Against a Replie of Maister Bridges, to a briefe and plain Declaration of it, which was printed an. 1584... [Middelburg, Richard Schilders], 1584. Small 4° (172 x 126mm). Collation: A-Z4 Aa-Cc4. 19th-century blue morocco gilt by Bedford, edges gilt. Provenance: D. Drury, contemporary signature on title (perhaps Dru Drury, courtier and warder of Mary Queen of Scots); Wm. Drury, later signature below; Cardiff Castle bookplate. ONLY EDITION. A defence of Fulke's Declaration of 1584. STC 24183

[Dudley FENNER (1558-87) ? attrib.]. An antiquodlibet, or an advertisement to beware of Secular Priests. Middelburg, Richard Schilders, 1602. Small 8° in 4's (134 x 80mm). Collation: A-V4 X2. (Tear in X2 repaired without loss; some headlines cropped.) 19th-century roan. Provenance: Cardiff Castle bookplate. ONLY EDITION of this Puritan tract. STC 10765 (lists 7 copies).

Thomas CARTWRIGHT (1535-1603), Puritan. The Answere to the Preface of the Rhemish Testament. Edinburgh: Robert Waldegrave, 1602. Small 8° (140 x 82mm). Collation: A-M8 N4. Woodcut titleborder [variant of McKerrow & Ferguson 214]. (Lacks final blank; tear in title repaired without loss.) 19th-century calf (upper cover detached). Provenance: Cardiff Castle bookplate. FIRST EDITION. STC 4716

[AINSWORTH, Henry (1571-1623?) & Francis JOHNSON (1562-1618), leaders of the independent Separatist Congregation at Amsterdam]. An apologie or defence of such true Christians as are commonly (but uniustly) called Brownists. [Amsterdam: 1604]. Small 4°. Collation: *4 **4 A-P4. (Lacks A<->1 and final blank; lower margin and outer corner of first two quires defective and restored with loss of text; last leaf cropped at foot.) 19th-century half calf. Provenance: Cardiff Castle bookplate. STC 238 (4)
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