Certaine queries of some tender conscienced Christians. About the late protestation, commended to them by the House of Commons, now assembled, in the High and Honourable Court of Paliament [sic]. Wherein they desire to bee resolved, concerning 1. The authority imposing it. 2. The necessity of it. 3. The danger of it. 4. Whether it can be taken in faith. As also certaine queries, concerning the ambiguity thereof, appearing in most, if not in all the severall branches thereof. Together with a form of such an interpretation of it, as may safely be taken, and doth not goe against the literall sence. /
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|Item Description:||In response to Wing E2689A: The protestation made by the Parliament the third day of May, anno Domini, 1641.|
The words "1. The authority ... 4. Whether it can be taken in faith." are bracketed together on title page.
Place of publication from Wing.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 10,  p.|