The undeceiving of the people in the point of tithes Wherein is shewed, I. That never any clergy in the Church of God hath been, or is maintained with lesse charge to the subject, then the established clergy of the Church of England. II. That there is no subject in the realme of England, who giveth any thing of his owne, towards the maintenance of his parish-minister, but his Easter-offering. III. That the change of tithes into stipends, will bring greater trouble to the clergy, then is yet considered; and far lesse profit to the countrey, then is now pretended. By Pet. Heylyn D.D.
printed by J.G. for John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop under S. Peters Church in Cornhill,
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