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Page 212 - LEADERS OF THE REFORMATION: LUTHER, CALVIN, LATIMER, and KNOX. By the REV. JOHN TULLOCH, DD, Principal, and Primarius Professor of Theology, St Mary's College, St Andrews. Second Edition, crown 8vo, 6s. 6d. ENGLISH PURITANISM AND ITS LEADERS: CROMWELL, MILTON, BAXTER, and BUNYAN. By the REV. JOHN TULLOCH, DD Uniform with the