Toleration disapprov'd and condemn'd
by the authority and convincing reasons of I. That wise and learned man King James and his Privy-Councill, anno reg. 2do, II. The honourable Commons assembled in this present Parliament in their votes &c. Feb. 25, 1662, III. The Presbyterian ministers of the city of London met at Sion-Colledge, Decemb. 18, 1645, IV. Twenty eminent divines (most [if not all] of them members of the late Assembly) in their sermons before the two Houses of Parliament on solemn occasions /
faithfully collected by a very moderate hand and humbly presented to the serious consideration of all dissenting parties.
|Other Authors:||Assheton, William, 1641-1711., James I, King of England, 1566-1625.|
Oxford : Printed by William Hall for Francis Oxlad ..., 1670
Early English books, 1641-1700 ;
Church of England
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Religious tolerance > Church of England.
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