‘Mr Warren’s animadversions’ upon Baxter’s Aphorismes of Justification. The first part is ff 94-103. The second part is ff 104-115.The first part is in quarto by a strange hand: the second in octavo by the same hand and in the same closely written form as Baxter’s quarto manuscript n. 6, I.
John Warren’s later animadversions
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/244
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises vi.198
- Dates of CreationOctober 1651
- Physical Descriptionff 94-115 (f 114v and f 115v are blank) ff 94-103: 205 x 160 mm. ff 104-115: 160 x 110 mm.
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See also DWL/RB/1/367; 368; 369.
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Argent / Black vi.198; Thomas p.6
For John Warren (1621-96) see CR, Rel. i. 107, and iii, 97, Corr 16, 22, 25, 74, 128, 190, 300, 311, 660, 976, 1025 and Henry Lukin’s funeral sermon The Good and Faithful Servant , set forth in a sermon preached at Hatfield Broad-Oake in Essex, August 2. the day before the funeral of Mr. John Warren, sometime minister of the gospel there (1696).