A century of reasons for subscription and obedience to the laws and government of the Church of England, both ecclesiastical and civil. With reasons against the covenant Justifi'd by scripture, confirmed by the laws of the kingdom, the right and power of kings, ecclesiastical and human authorities, with an harmony of confessions. [T]o which is annexed the office and charge belonging to the overseers of the poor, &c. [By] W. Wasse school-master in Little Britain near unto Christ-church.
printed by W.W. for R.H. at the Bible in Heart in Little Britain,
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