The conventicle, or A narrative of the dissenters new plot against the present constitution in church and state

Publication Date1715
RemainderWith the names of the plotters. And their places of meeting. Humbly addres'd to Her Most Excellent Majesty; a fortnight before her death, by one of the principal conspirators, and is now ready to be depos'd upon oath, before Our present Sovereign King George, or the principal Secretary of State. With a true copy of the treasonable memorials that were publich'd by the dissenting Ministers, by which it appears what enemies they are to monarchy, episcopacy, and the House of Hanover. To which is added the reasons for disabling all dissenters for ever voting for Parliament, men, and for wholly repealing the Act of Toleration. With a few queries to those English schismaticks, whose further growth is now prevented by Act of Parliament. With a vindication of the said Act, against all dissenters and low churchmen whatsoever
Publisherprinted for the author, and are to be sold by J. Harrison, at the corner of Castle-Alley, near the Royal Exchange in Cornhill





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