The loyall subject Treating of magistracy, ministery, religion, &c. chiefly set forth (in these perilous times) to inform all those weake, unstable spirits, and devided members of this distracted church and state, of their duty, and due obedience, to God and their King. And by motives and reasons (arising from the word of God, and learned authors) draw them from their erronious opinions to a holy conformity in Christian government. Composed in the yeare, 1658. Per R. Thomson, pacis & veritatis amatorem.
printed by Stephen Bulkley,
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