An humble apologie for the ministers of England plainly shewing the divine right of the ministers of the Gospel to tythes; as also, the unwarrantableness of committees forcing poor plundred ministers, to pay the fifth part of their maintenance to the sequestred, and their wives and children, as being against justice, law, reason, policy. With answers to the main objections for fifths to the sequestred, and proposals for a more equal and reasonable way of their relief.
printed by J.C. to be sold at the three Gilt Cups in Pauls Church-yard,
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