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Ahab's fall by his prophets flatteries : being the substance of three sermons, upon 1. King 22, 22 ... : the first sermon preached before the honourable the Commons House of Parliament : the second before the honourable the Lord Major of London, with the Aldermen his brethren : the third at the Abbey Church in Westminster, where it was much acquarrelled by some, and as much desired to be published by others : the which is here the rather done, because laying open the grounds of all our present miseries, specially in these two words his prophets, it may well serve to supply what is wanting in the following answer to D. Fern's second reply to the last answer of him whom the printer stild' the fuller answerer of the doctors first treatise called the resolving of conscience upon this question : whether upon this supposition The King will not defend, but is bent to subvert religion, laws and liberties, subjects may take up arms. Preview this item
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Ahab's fall by his prophets flatteries : being the substance of three sermons, upon 1. King 22, 22 ... : the first sermon preached before the honourable the Commons House of Parliament : the second before the honourable the Lord Major of London, with the Aldermen his brethren : the third at the Abbey Church in Westminster, where it was much acquarrelled by some, and as much desired to be published by others : the which is here the rather done, because laying open the grounds of all our present miseries, specially in these two words his prophets, it may well serve to supply what is wanting in the following answer to D. Fern's second reply to the last answer of him whom the printer stild' the fuller answerer of the doctors first treatise called the resolving of conscience upon this question : whether upon this supposition The King will not defend, but is bent to subvert religion, laws and liberties, subjects may take up arms.

Author: Charles Herle
Publisher: [London] : Printed by R.A. for J. Wright ..., 1644.
Series: Early English books, 1641-1700, 237:E.49, no. 37.
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Named Person: H Ferne; H Ferne
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Herle
OCLC Number: 12071571
Notes: Preface signed: Cha. Herle.
In answer to Henry Ferne's pamphlet, published in 1643 entitled: Conscience satisfied that there is no warrant for the armes now taken up by subjects ...
"A short answer ... to D. Ferne's last reply ... The fuller answerer to his first reply" is on p. 35 and is in the form of a postscript.
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.
Credits: Preface signed: Cha. Herle.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1967. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 237:E.49, no. 37).
Description: [4], 42 pages
Series Title: Early English books, 1641-1700, 237:E.49, no. 37.

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