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A Warning-piece to all His Maiesties subjects of England

A Warning-piece to all His Maiesties subjects of England

being the lamentable complaint of them that were brought prisoners from Cycester, being eleven hundred sixty and odde, told in the view of all for their misguided zeale : conteining the motives by which they have bin drawne into rebellion against their lawfull King : desired by them to be printed for a warning to their brethren.

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWarning piece to all His Maiesties subjects of England, Warning piece to all His Maiesties subjects of England.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 243:E.90, no. 4.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[8] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16765846M

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    The term was coined in the Book of Revelation to describe the apostasy of the Jewish church, but, whilst St Augustine introduced the division of the world into rival camps of light and darkness into orthodoxy, the language of the ‘two churches’ came into its own only when it offered medieval heretics a needed critique of the established. When the king favoured Sunday frolics in his Book of Sports of he struck a blow against the severe sabbatarianism of the Puritans in the north of England (44). lawful wife, and for all his, whether they be of the clergy or laity, whether they be of the nobility, or else other his grace’s subjects, not forgetting those that being.


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A Warning-piece to all His Maiesties subjects of England: being the lamentable complaint of them that were brought prisoners from Cycester, being eleven hundred sixty and odde, told in the view of all for their misguided zeale: conteining the motives by which they have bin drawne into rebellion against their lawfull King: desired by them to be printed for a warning to their brethren.

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Communicating divers of His Maiesties persecutions, as well amongst his professed enemies as his pretended friends, perjured servants, and traiterous subjects. Wherein the eminent mercies of Almighty, God are found to be sacredly evident over his anointed person, through the desolate walks which he hath made, since the year of graceto.

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