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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A vvord from the Lord to the rulers and inhabitants of London, that they may repent for Gods judgements are threatned, and his anger is kindled against all the worshippers of idols, and a word of exhortation to all the tender sober people, to come out of Sodom before her destruction, that into the covenant they may be brought (the Light) there to rest in peace / [by] Rich. Scostroppe.Date of publication:
1661Description:Addition at end signed: M.L. Reproduction of original in Friends' Library, (London, England).This item contains 4 files (144.66 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The great case of the tythes and forced maitenance [sic] once more revived the true state thereof enquired into, before the law, under the law, among the Jews : likewise under the Gospel, the true ministers of Christ, their allowance shown : likewise in the corruption of time since Christ, how tythes have been introduced, wherein antiquity is searched, and the judgment of the fathers of the church in several ages produced, besides the Scripture it self examined : in all which is clearly proved, tythes and forced maintenance, are no Gospel maintenance : the Scriptures answered, divers arguments confuted, and objections answered, which are brought by the ministry of this late age : also the institution and division of parishes and their rise, all which are published for the benefit of all, who desire that Gospel order might be established again in all the churches of Christ / F.H.Date of publication:
1665Author(s):Description:Marginal notes. Signed: Francis Howgill. "An epistle to the reader": signed Edward Guy. "The poor husband-mans complaint : his hope and confidence" [in verse] signed J.R. [i.e. John Raunce?]: p. 66-68. "As one fore-seeing ...This item contains 4 files (2.8 MB).Publicly Available