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 Bastian, Henry Charlton, M.D.Bayly, Thomas Haynes 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Baxter, Richard
 
(b. Rowton, Shropshire, November 12th, 1615; d. London, December 8th, 1691). “Aphorisms of Justification” (1649); “The Saint’s Everlasting Rest” (1649); “Confessions of Faith” (1655); “Gildas Silvianus; or, the Reformed Pastor” (1656); “Call to the Unconverted” (1657); “Universal Concord” (1658); “The Reformed Liturgy” (1661); “Now or Never” (1663); “Reasons for the Christian Religion” (1667); “A Life of Faith” (1670); “A Christian Directory” (1673); “The Poor Man’s Family Book” (1674); “Catholic Theology” (1675); “Church History of Government of Bishops” (1680); “Poetical Fragments” (1681); “Episcopacy” (1681); “Life of Mrs. Baxter” (1681); “Methodus Theologiæ Christianæ” (1681); “Paraphrase of the New Testament” (1685); “Certainty of the World of Spirits” (1691). “Universal Redemption” (1694). Biographies: “Sylvester’s “Reliquiæ Baxterianæ” (1696); “Abridgment of Baxter’s History of his Life and Times” (1713); Life prefixed to Orme’s edition of Baxter’s works (1830), and Life (1865).   1
 


 Bastian, Henry Charlton, M.D.Bayly, Thomas Haynes 

 
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