The cases of scandal and persecution

Publication Date1674
RemainderBeing a seasonable inquiry into these two things: first, whether those nonconformists, who otherwise think subscription lawful, are therefore obliged to forbear it because their weak brethren do judg [sic] it unlawful? Secondly, whether the execution of penal laws upon dissenters, for non-communion with the Church of England, be persecution? Wherein they are pathetically exhorted to return into the bosome of the church, the likeliest expedient to stop the growth of popery. By William Assheton, D.D. domestick-chaplain to his grace the Duke of Ormond
Extent[16], 80, [16] p.
Publisherprinted by J.D. for R. Royston in Amen-Corner, & R. Chiswell in S. Pauls Churchyard




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