The Way of reformation of the Church of England, declared and justified; against the clamours of our adversaries, reproaching the religion here by law established, by the name of a Parliament religion. In which is proved; that nothing was done here in the reformation of religion, but what was acted by the clergy in their convocations, or grounded on some act of theirs precedent to it, with the advise, counsel and consent of the Bishops and most eminent churchmen; confirmed upon the postfact, and not otherwise, by the civil-sanction; according to the usage of the best and happiest time of Christianity. First wrote for satisfaction of a private friend, and published by that friend, for information of others.
Printed for Henry Seile, over against St Dunstans Church in Fleet-street.,
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