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Page 47 - Friends in council.' [Arthur HELPS.] London 1873. Octavo. Pp. 2. bt 226.* SOME testimonies of the most eminent English dissenters, as also of foreign reformed Churches and divines, concerning the lawfulness of the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and the unlawfulness of separating from it.