The remainder, or second part of a Gospel plea (interwoven with a rational and legal) for the lawfulness & continuance of the antient setled maintenance and tithes of the ministers of the Gospel

Publication Date1659
Remainderwherein the divine right of our ministers tithes is further asserted: the magistrates inforcement of the due payment of them by coercive penal laws, when substracted or detained, vindicated: that they are no real burden, or grievance to the people; the abolishing them no ease, benefit to farmers, tenants or poor-people; but a prejudice rather; and a gain to none but ric land-lords, cleared: that the present opposition against them, proceeds not from any true grounds of conscience, or real inconveniences in tithes themselves, but only from base covetousness, carnal policy, ... Yea, from a Jesuitical and Anabaptistical design to subvert, ruine our church, ministry, religion; and bring a perpetual infamie on our nation, and the reformed religion here professed. By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne
Extent[2], 168, [2] 149-150, [2], 6 p.
Publisherprinted by T. Childe and L. Parry for Edward Thomas, and are to be sold at the Adam and Eve in Little Britain


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