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The Interest of England Consider'd [electronic resource]: In the Following Questions: Viz. I. Whether (According to the Present Establishment of the Church) the Presbyterians Ought to Be Rejected and Depressed, or Protected and Encouraged? II. How Far They May Be Protected and Encouraged, and the Church Neither Deserted nor Disobliged? III. Whether the Upholding of Both Parties, Is Not More Desirable, and More Agreeable to the State of England, Than the Absolute Exalting of the One Party, and the Total Subversion of the Other? Also, I. An Account of the Principles of the Present Dissenters, and That They Are Not Inconsistent With Monarchy. II. That They Are Misrepresented, as Enemies to the Civil Power; And the Objections Against Their Loyalty Answer'd; And That Grand Objection, of the Severity of Their Government, Remov'd: Whereby They Are Prov'd to Be of Settled Principles. III. Conscience, Not Interest, Prov'd to Be the Ground of Their Separating From the Church; And That the Present Differences Are Not in Points of Doctrine, But Form of Government. IV. The Liturgy Prov'd to Be Deficient and Alterable, and That They Allow of Natural and Decent Ceremonies, But Not Mystical Ones of Humane Invention. V. Prelacy Prov'd to Be No Essential Part of Church-Government, and That It Is Not the Interest of the Prelatist to Subvert Them. VI. The Objections of Unfixedness in Religion Clear'd, and What It Is That Hath Hitherto Obstructed the Union, &C. VII. What Thoughts Foreigners Have of the State of Religion Here. VIII. The Sentiments of That Great Man, the Lord Chancellor Bacon, Concerning Church-Government

Corbet, John
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
London : printed in the year, 1704.
Language
English
Description
iv, 60 p. ; 4⁰.
Notes
  • Anonymous. By John Corbet.
  • First published in 1660.
  • Reproduction of original from British Library.
Reproduction Notes
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. Eighteenth century collections online s2009 miunns
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Also available in microfilm (click link to determine reel #).
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English Short Title Catalog, T17533.
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