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The presbyterians not guilty of the murther of King Charles I. ... : As appears by their Abhorrence of the then Proceedings against His Majesty: Faithfully Printed from the Original Copy, sign'd by Fifty Seven of the most Eminent Presbyterian Ministers then possess'd of the Parish-Churches in and about the City of London. With a Vindication of Moderate Church-Men and Dissenters, from the Aspersions cast upon them at this Time, &c. That they are Men of Republican and Antimonarchical Principles. The Third Edition: To which are added, Undeniable Proofs of the true Authors of that Horrid Act. With the Character of Archbishop Laud, given by that Learned and Wise Prince King James the First, in a Discourse held with the Lord Keeper Bishop Williams, who was a Sollicitor for his Promotion in the Church. Publish'd to abate the unwarrantable Heats of a Prejudic'd Party. Preview this item
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The presbyterians not guilty of the murther of King Charles I. ... : As appears by their Abhorrence of the then Proceedings against His Majesty: Faithfully Printed from the Original Copy, sign'd by Fifty Seven of the most Eminent Presbyterian Ministers then possess'd of the Parish-Churches in and about the City of London. With a Vindication of Moderate Church-Men and Dissenters, from the Aspersions cast upon them at this Time, &c. That they are Men of Republican and Antimonarchical Principles. The Third Edition: To which are added, Undeniable Proofs of the true Authors of that Horrid Act. With the Character of Archbishop Laud, given by that Learned and Wise Prince King James the First, in a Discourse held with the Lord Keeper Bishop Williams, who was a Sollicitor for his Promotion in the Church. Publish'd to abate the unwarrantable Heats of a Prejudic'd Party.

Author: Cornelius Burges
Publisher: London : Printed, and sold by J. How, in Talbot-Court in Grace-Church-Street ; And T. Harrison, at the West Corner of the Royal-Exchange, 1713.
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Genre/Form: Church history
Early works
History
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cornelius Burges
OCLC Number: 642121338
Description: 1 online resource (32 pages)
Other Titles: Vindication of the ministers of the Gospel.

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