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Seven Sermons preached upon several OcThe Archbishop of Canterbury's Dreame : casions, by William Laud, Archbishop of in which the Apparition of Cardinall Wolsey Canterbury. London, 1651. 8vo. 78. did present himselfe unto him on the foure A Summary of Devotions. By William tenth of May last past; it being the third Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury. London, Night after my Lord of Strafford had taken 1667. 12mo. 5s. his Fare-well to the World. Printed in A briefe Relation of the Death and Suffer1641. This parallel is by Mr. Peck attri- ings of the Lord Archb. of Canterbury. From buted to Milton, and printed in his Life of the Collections of Sir Francis Eyles Haskins Milton, 1740. 4to.

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