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De Laune, Thomas - A Plea for the Non-Conformists, 1712 (ESTC T173196)
De Laune, Thomas
A Plea for the Non-conformists: Shewing The True State of their Case: And how far the Conformist's Separation from the Church of Rome, for their Popish Superstitions, &c. introduc'd into the Service of God, justifies the Non-Conformist's Separation from them. In a Letter to Dr. Benjamin Calamy, on his Sermon (Call'd Scrupulous Conscience) inviting hereto. To which is added, A Parallel Scheme of the Pagan, Papal, and Christian Rites and Ceremonies: And A Narrative of the Sufferings underwent By Thomas De Laune. With a Preface by the Author of the Review
Place of Publication:
Printed for a Friend of the Author, and Sold by William Marshall, at the Bible in Grace-Church-Street; and Joseph Marshall, at the Bible in Newgate-Street. ... Where are also sold most sort of Books, Stationary [sic] Wares, &c.
University of Michigan - Buhr Shelving Facility, BX 5202 .D34 1712