A sober and temperate discourse, concerning the interest of words in prayer The just antiquity and pedigree of liturgies, or forms of prayer in churches: with a view of the state of the church, when they were first composed, or imposed. Together with a discovery of the weakness of the grounds upon which they were first brought in, or upon which Bishop Gawden hath lately discoursed, the necessity of a liturgy, or the inconveniency of altering the English liturgy, the utility of church musick, and the lawfulness of ceremonies: in which are mixed reasons justifying those godly Ministers, who forbear the use of the Common-Prayer, against the late out-cries of the said Bishop. By H.D. M.A.
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