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Some grounds and reasons from the law of God, and this nation : to manifest the unlawfulnesse of the practice of those magistrates, and others, who commit men to prison, or fine them for not putting off the hat, or not standing bare before them, to convince them of their errour therein : and also to remove prejudices and stumbling-blocks out of the way of the honest-hearted, and to satisfie all that are moderate therein. Preview this item
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Some grounds and reasons from the law of God, and this nation : to manifest the unlawfulnesse of the practice of those magistrates, and others, who commit men to prison, or fine them for not putting off the hat, or not standing bare before them, to convince them of their errour therein : and also to remove prejudices and stumbling-blocks out of the way of the honest-hearted, and to satisfie all that are moderate therein.

Author: John Pennyman; Thomas Coveney; Humphry Wollrich
Publisher: London : Printed for Robert Wilson ..., 1660.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Pennyman; Thomas Coveney; Humphry Wollrich
OCLC Number: 606657708
Description: 1 online resource (8 pages)

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