Catalogue of a Collection of Printed Broadsides: In the Possession of the Society of Antiquaries of London

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Society of antiquaries of London, 1866 - Broadsides - 228 pages

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Page 39 - Conference and since, ought to be a sufficient warning and admonition to all men who are within the danger of them, we have thought good to give time to all ministers disobedient to the orders of the Church and to ecclesiastical authority here by law established, and who for such disobedience, either in the days of the Queen our sister of...
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