Lord Hollis, his remains being a second letter to a friend, concerning the judicature of the bishops in Parliament, in the vindication of what he wrote in his first : and in answer to ... The rights of the bishops to judge in capital cases in Parliament, cleared, &c. : it contains likewise part of his intended answer to a second tractate, entituled, The grand question touching the bishops right to vote in Parliament, stated and argued : to which are added Considerations, in answer to the learned author of The grand question, &c., by another hand : and reflections upon some passages in Mr. Hunt's Argument upon that subject, &c., by a third.
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Hunt, Thomas, > 1627?-1688. > Rights of the bishops to judge in capital cases in Parliament cleared.
Stillingfleet, Edward, > 1635-1699. > Grand question concerning the bishops right in Parliament in cases capital.
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