Browsing by Author "One that professeth himself a friend to presbytery, a lover and embracer of truth wheresoever he find's [sic] it."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The grand case of conscience stated, about submission to the new and present power, or, An impassionate answer to a modest book concerning the lawfullness of submitting to the present government by one that professeth himself a friend to presbytery, a lover and embracer of truth wheresoever he find's it.Date of publication:
1649Author(s):Description:Caption title. One in a series of pamphlets replying to Francis Rous's The lawfulness of obeying the present government. The 1st was "A religious demurrer ..." (1649) possibly by Nathaniel Ward and 3 others identified as ...This item contains 4 files (866.42 KB).Publicly Available