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Certain cases of conscience resolved, concerning the lawfulness of joyning with forms of prayer in publick worship. Part II. Viz. IV. Whether the common wants of Christian congregations may not be better represented in conceiv'd prayers than in forms? V. Whether there be any warrant for forms of prayer either in Scripture or pure antiquity? VI. Whether supposing forms to be lawful, the imposition of them may be lawfully complied with?

John Scott, 1639-1695.

London : printed by J.C. and F.C. for T. Basset, at the George in Fleet-street; B. Tooke, at the Ship in St. Paul's Church-yard; and F. Gardiner, at the White Horse in Ludgate-street, 1684. Great Britain England London.

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A caveat against sedvcers: as it was preached by Richard Standfast Master of Arts, and rector of Christ-Church in Bristol. Whereunto are annexed The blind mans meditations. By the same authour.

Richard Standfast, 1608?-1684.

London : printed by Tho. Mabb, for Edward Thomas, at the Adam and Eve in Little Brittain, 1664. Great Britain England London.

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A discourse concerning liberty of conscience. In which are contain'd proposalls, about what liberty in this kind is now politically expedient to be given, and severall reasons to shew how much the peace and welfare of the nation is concern'd therein. By R.T.

Peter Pett, Sir, 1630-1699.

London : printed for Nathaniel Brook, and are to be sold at his shop at the Angel in Cornhill, 1661. Great Britain England London.

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A letter to Anonymus, in answer to his Three letters to Dr. Sherlock about church-communion.

William Sherlock, 1641?-1707.

London : printed for Fincham Gardiner, at the White-Horse in Ludgate-street, 1683. Great Britain England London.

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A serious exhortation, with some important advices, relating to the late cases about conformity, recommended to the present dissenters from the Church of England.

William Cave, 1637-1713.

London : printed for T. Basset, at the George in Fleet-street; B. Tooke, at the Ship in St. Paul's Church-yard; and F. Gardiner, at the White Horse in Ludgate-street, 1684. Great Britain England London.

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Dissenters sayings. The second part. Published in their own words, for the information of the people. And dedicated to the Grand-Jury of London, August 29. 1681. By Roger L'Estrange.

Roger L'Estrange, Sir, 1616-1704.

London : printed for Joanna Brome, at the Gun at the West-end of St. Pauls Church-yard, 1681. Great Britain England London.

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Good advice to the Church of England, Roman Catholick, and Protestant dissenter. In which it is endeavoured to be made appear that it is their duty, principles & interest to abolish the penal laws and tests. Licenced June the 30th 1687.

William Penn, 1644-1718.

London : printed, and sold, by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked-Billet in Holloway-Lane in Shoreditch, and at the Three Keys in Nags-Head-Court in Grace-Church-Street, over-against the Conduit, 1687. Great Britain England London.

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The history of conformity, or, A proof of the mischief of impositions: from the experience of more than one hundred years. Shewing the only means to reconcile all Protestants: humbly tendered to the consideration of this present Parliament.

John Collinges, 1623-1690.

London : printed by R. Roberts, MDCLXXXIX [1689] Great Britain England London.

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