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Intolerable oppression both in Presbyteriall government, and the common-wealth

Intolerable oppression both in Presbyteriall government, and the common-wealth

allowed by the Parliament, & presented to the army, with these particulars

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church and state -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 985:16
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination61 [i.e. 16] p
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15028346M


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Intolerable oppression both in Presbyteriall government, and the common-wealth: allowed by the Parliament, & presented to the army, with these particulars. Publisher: [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [].

Table of Contents. 29 January - [William Walwyn], Tolleration Justified, and Persecution Condemn’d. In an Answer or Examination, of the London-ministers Letter Whereof, Many of them are of the Synod, and yet framed this Letter at Sion-Colledge; to be sent among others, to themselves at the Assembly: in behalf of Reformation and Church-government, 2 Corinth, II.

vers. The first and second part of Gangræna, or, A catalogue and discovery of many of the errors, heresies, blasphemies and pernicious practices of the sectaries of this time, vented and acted in England in these four last years also a particular narration of divers stories, remarkable passages, letters: an extract of many letters, all concerning the present sects: together with some observations.

The Assembly having diligently considered the Book of common prayer, lately obtruded upon the reformed Kirk within this Realme, both in respect of the manner of the introducing thereof, and in respect of the matter which it containeth, findeth that it hath been devised and brought in by the pretended Prelats, without direction from the Kirk.

Full text of "The England and Holland of the Pilgrims" See other formats. [Draft: 14 July, ] Introduction to the Collection. This collection of Leveller Tracts contains the main "Agreements of the People", Petitions, Remonstrances (or Complaints), and Declarations which were drawn up by Levellers between and in which they stated what they believed in, what changes they wanted Parliament to make, and declarations of what principles lay behind these demands.

[Transcriber's Note: This 17th-century book was printed in the typographical conventions and spelling of that time; for instance, the printed book used the long f-shaped glyph for the letter s, it included old spellings such as Kingdome, civill, and publick, and old words such as hes, samine, and welas, and numbers generally are ended with a period.

A Relation of the engagement of the fleet of the Common-wealth of England under the command of Gen. Blake, Gen. Deane, and Gen. Munke. With the Dutch fleet, under the command of Van Trump. Abstracted out of severall letters and relations made to the Councell of State. And a list of the particulars of the losse on both sides.

TO THE Reverend and Beloved, the Ministers and Elders meeting in the Provinciall Assembly of the Province of London; the Ministers and Elders of the first Classis of the Province of Lancaster, meeting at Manchester, do heartily wish the Crown of perseverance in a judicious and zealous defence, of the Doctrine, Government and Discipline of the Lord Jesus, both theirs, and ours.

The case of the Common-wealth of England stated, or, The equity, utility, and necessity of a submission to the present government cleared out of monuments both sacred and civill, against all the scruples and pretences of the opposite parties, viz.

royallists, Scots, Presbyterians, Levellers: wherein is discovered severally the vanity of their designes, together with the improbability of their. the library of anthony wood - Oxford Bibliographical Society download Report Comments.

Full text of "The ecclesiastical history of New England; comprising not only religious, but also moral, and other relations" See other formats. 22 April, Remedies for removing some obstructions in church-government: Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these remedies for removing some obstructions in church-government, be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler.

Parl. Com [Ressource électronique] / England and Wales. Parliament. THe chiefe and first meane to extinguish the flames of our warre, is, the waters of our heart poured out in prayers to God, pag. 1 Reformation after mourning, is the second step to a solid peace, p.

2 The corruption of the Church, is the fountaine of our present mi­sery, ibid. The State cannot be setled till the Church be first reformed, 3 Every man would help what hee can to recover the.

That work of timely warning, addressed to the purged Parliament, expresses a sense of urgency about the new kinds of political duplicity operating in the Republic under its Council of Officers and endangering the sovereignty of the people: on the title page, Lilburne proclaims his work a “sad Representation of the uncertain and dangerous.

Savage and Hutchinson both wanted to live in a godly commonwealth, but they did not agree with first-generation New England orthodoxy, or with each other, on how the individual saint should relate to the churches, the civil government, and the society as a whole.

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