Parliaments Power, in Lawes for Religion: Or, An Answere to that Old and Groundles Calumny of the Papists, Nick-naming the Religion of the Church of England, by the Name of a Parliamentary-religion. Sent to a Friend, who was Troubled at It, and Earnestly Desired Satisfaction in it
Henry Hall, printer to the Universitie, 1645 - 36 pages
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