Author:Stephen Marshall

Stephen Marshall
(1594–1655)
English nonconformist churchman

WorksEdit

  • Smectymnuus (1641), co-author
  • A True and Succinct Relation of the late Battel neere Kineton, &c. (1642_
  • A Copy of a Letter ... for the necessary Vindication of himself and his Ministry ... And ... the Lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up Defensive Arms, &c. (1643)
  • A Defence of Infant Baptism, in answer to ... Tombes,' &c. (1646)
  • An Expedient to preserve Peace and Amitie among Dissenting Brethren,' &c. (1646)
  • An Apology for the Sequestered Clergy,' &c. (1649)

Works about MarshallEdit

 

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