Item I/iv/02 - Via Devia: The By-Way: Misleading the weak and unstable into dangerous paths of error.

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GB 2014 WS-01-GRE-I/iv/02


Via Devia: The By-Way: Misleading the weak and unstable into dangerous paths of error.


  • 1957 (Accumulation)
  • 1630 (Publication)

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12mo, 1 volume

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LYNDE (or LINDE), SIR HUMPHREY, son of Cuthbert Lynde, Westminster, citizen and grocer, and Margery Baylie; bapt. 27 Aug 1579; adm.; QS; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1596, matr. 14 Jan 1596/7, Westminster Stufdent to 1601; BA 1600; adm. Middle Temple 12 Jun 1601; of Cobham, Surrey; knighted 29 Oct 1613; MP Breconshire Feb – Jun 1626; a puritan controversialist, being “a severe enemy to the ponteficians as well in his common discourse, as in his writings” (Wood, Ath. Oxon., ii, dci); author, Via Tuta, the safe way to the true, antient, and Catholic faith, now professed in the Church of England, 1628, and other works; d. 8 Jun 1636. DNB.

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  • English

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  • Latin

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  • English


  • Latin


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