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an English physician and divine who wrote and published several, mainly religious, essays and books. Argentine went to Ipswich 'in a serving-man's coat,' and afterwards was successively usher and master of the grammar school in that town, where he also practised as a physician and read a lecture in divinity.
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  • Certeyne Preceptes, gathered by Hulricus Zuinglius, declaring howe the ingenious youth ought to be instructed and brought unto Christ, Ipswich, 1548, 8vo; a translation from the Latin.
  • A ryght notable Sermon made by Doctor Marty...
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