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The bloody tenent yet more bloody : by Mr. Cottons endevour to wash it white with the blood of the Lambe, of whose precious blood, spilt in the blood of His servants, and of the blood of millions spilt in former and later wars for conscience sake, that most bloody tenent of persecution for cause of conscience, upon a second tryal, is found now more apparently and more notoriously guilty ; in this rejoynder to Mr. Cotton, are principally 1. The nature of persecution, 2. The power of the civill sword in spirituals examined, 3. The Parliaments permission of dissenting consciences justified ; also (as a testimony to Mr. Clarks narrative) is added a letter to Mr. Endicot governor of the Massachusetts in N.E. Preview this item
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The bloody tenent yet more bloody : by Mr. Cottons endevour to wash it white with the blood of the Lambe, of whose precious blood, spilt in the blood of His servants, and of the blood of millions spilt in former and later wars for conscience sake, that most bloody tenent of persecution for cause of conscience, upon a second tryal, is found now more apparently and more notoriously guilty ; in this rejoynder to Mr. Cotton, are principally 1. The nature of persecution, 2. The power of the civill sword in spirituals examined, 3. The Parliaments permission of dissenting consciences justified ; also (as a testimony to Mr. Clarks narrative) is added a letter to Mr. Endicot governor of the Massachusetts in N.E.

Author: Roger Williams; John Cotton; John Clarke; John Endecott
Publisher: London : G. Calvert, 1652.
Series: American culture series, 6.57.
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
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Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683.
Bloody tenent yet more bloody: by Mr Cottons endevour to wash it white in the blood of the lambe.
London : Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the black-spread-Eagle at the west-end of Pauls, 1652
(OCoLC)259963939
Named Person: John Cotton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Williams; John Cotton; John Clarke; John Endecott
OCLC Number: 7061458
Notes: Master microform held by: UnM.
Original in the William L. Clements--Library.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms International, 19--. 1 reel. 35 mm. (American culture series, reel 6.57) Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1951. On no. 24 of 46 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. (Early Baptist publications ; reel 26, no. 8) (H.C., S.B.C., pub. 009-051)
Description: 20 p. ℓ., 320 p., 8 ℓ. ; 19 cm.
Series Title: American culture series, 6.57.
Responsibility: by R. Williams of Providnce in New-England.

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