|Other titles||Apology of the treatise De non temerandis ecclesiis|
|Statement||long since written and promised by Sir Hen. Spelman Knight ; together with some other tracts of the same authour, and a fragment of Sir Francis Bigot Knight, all touching the same subject ; whereto is annexed, an answer to a question of a gentleman of quality, made by a reverend and learned divine living in London, concerning the settlement or abolition of tithes by the Parliament, which caused him to doubt how to dispose of his son, whom he had designed for the ministery ; wherein also are comprised, some animadversions upon a late little pamphlet called The countries pleas against tithes, discovering the ignorant mistakings of the authours of it touching the maintenance of the ministery by such means, as also upon the Kentish petition ; published by Jer. Stephens, B.D., according to the appointment and trust of the author.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Contributions||Stephens, Jeremiah, 1591-1665., Spelman, Henry, Sir, 1564?-1641.|
|LC Classifications||KD8747 .S64 1647|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 189 [i.e. 183], , 27,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||41042159|
OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (, , 27,  pages) Other Titles: Countries plea against tythes. Apology of the treatise de non temerandis ecclesiis. The larger treatise concerning tithes together with some other tracts of the same authour, and a fragment of Sir Francis Bigot, Knight: all touching the same subject: whereto is annexed, an answer to a question of a gentleman of quality made by a reverend and learned divine living in London, concerning the settlement or abolition of tithes by the Parliament, which caused him to doubt how to. entire contents of Tithing and the Church into the public domain. Anyone may reproduce all or any part ofthis book without permission from the au thor or the original publisher. Gary North Library ofCongress Cataioging-in-PublicationData North, Gary. Tithing and the church / Gary North Includes indexes. An apology of the treatise De non temerandis ecclesiis against a treatie by an unknowne authour, written against it in some particulars / by Sir Henry Spelman Knight ; also his epistle to Richard Carew Esquire, of Anthony in Cornwall concerning tithes. Spelman, John, Sir, / [ i.e. ].
The history of tithes patriarchal, levitical, Catholic, and Protestant: with reflections on the extent and evils of the English tithe system, and suggestions for abolishing tithes, and supporting the clergy / by: Thorn, William, Published: (). Full text of "A new treatise on the laws concerning tithes: containing all the statutes, adjudged cases, resolutions and judgments relative other formats. Tithe book. Read 4, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Welcome to the realm of very scary faeries!Sixteen-year-old Kaye is a mo /5. To tithe or not to tithe?” As some would say, that is the question. After this teaching we will certainly have an understanding. From the very beginning of time, YeHoVaH (God) made a distinction between what man is to freely enjoy from what is forbidden.
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