A vindication of the deprived bishops [by H. Dodwell] asserting their spiritual rights against a lay-deprivation, against the charge of schism, as managed by the editors of an anonymous Baroccian MS. [Anglicani novi schismatis redargutio]. To which is subjoined, the end of the MS.
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