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|A33141||An Epistle to the authour of the Animadversions upon Fiat lux in excuse and justification of Fiat lux against the said animadversions.||1663 (1663)||Wing C428; ESTC R16551||53,082||113||View Text|
|A33192||Three letters declaring the strange odd preceedings of Protestant divines when they write against Catholicks : by the example of Dr Taylor's Dissuasive against popery, Mr Whitbies Reply in the behalf of Dr Pierce against Cressy, and Dr Owens Animadversions on Fiat lux / written by J.V.C. ; the one of them to a friend, the other to a foe, the third to a person indifferent.; Diaphanta||J. V. C. (John Vincent Canes), d. 1672.||1671 (1671)||Wing C436; ESTC R3790||195,655||420||View Text|
|A33129||Diaphanta, or, Three attendants on Fiat lux wherein Catholick religion is further excused against the opposition of severall adversaries ... and by the way an answer is given to Mr. Moulin, Denton, and Stillingfleet.; Diaphanta||J. V. C. (John Vincent Canes), d. 1672.||1665 (1665)||Wing C427; ESTC R20600||197,726||415||View Text|