The Resource A rod discovered, found, and set forth to whip the idolaters till they leave off their idolatry : (which yet remains in the rulers of England, their ministers, and the people who follow thier wayes) which doth consist in the houses of high places, falsly called churches; the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford, (and their ministers, which are made by man, and not of God) and their ministers maintenance (not the ministers of Christs) which is portions of lands, tythes, offrings, oblations, obventions, and great houses for a certain dwelling place on the earth, and forms of oathes, all which is the fruit of idolaters, and the abomination of the heathen. So likewise here is described the true magistrate and his work; and the way (for he who is not) to become such a one; and likewise, the way for all people to come out of their idolatry, vo worship the true God in spirit and truth., Written by me Henry Clark. Unto which is prefixed the epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Laodiceans, (electronic book)

A rod discovered, found, and set forth to whip the idolaters till they leave off their idolatry : (which yet remains in the rulers of England, their ministers, and the people who follow thier wayes) which doth consist in the houses of high places, falsly called churches; the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford, (and their ministers, which are made by man, and not of God) and their ministers maintenance (not the ministers of Christs) which is portions of lands, tythes, offrings, oblations, obventions, and great houses for a certain dwelling place on the earth, and forms of oathes, all which is the fruit of idolaters, and the abomination of the heathen. So likewise here is described the true magistrate and his work; and the way (for he who is not) to become such a one; and likewise, the way for all people to come out of their idolatry, vo worship the true God in spirit and truth., Written by me Henry Clark. Unto which is prefixed the epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Laodiceans, (electronic book)

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A rod discovered, found, and set forth to whip the idolaters till they leave off their idolatry : (which yet remains in the rulers of England, their ministers, and the people who follow thier wayes) which doth consist in the houses of high places, falsly called churches; the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford, (and their ministers, which are made by man, and not of God) and their ministers maintenance (not the ministers of Christs) which is portions of lands, tythes, offrings, oblations, obventions, and great houses for a certain dwelling place on the earth, and forms of oathes, all which is the fruit of idolaters, and the abomination of the heathen. So likewise here is described the true magistrate and his work; and the way (for he who is not) to become such a one; and likewise, the way for all people to come out of their idolatry, vo worship the true God in spirit and truth.
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A rod discovered, found, and set forth to whip the idolaters till they leave off their idolatry
Title remainder
(which yet remains in the rulers of England, their ministers, and the people who follow thier wayes) which doth consist in the houses of high places, falsly called churches; the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford, (and their ministers, which are made by man, and not of God) and their ministers maintenance (not the ministers of Christs) which is portions of lands, tythes, offrings, oblations, obventions, and great houses for a certain dwelling place on the earth, and forms of oathes, all which is the fruit of idolaters, and the abomination of the heathen. So likewise here is described the true magistrate and his work; and the way (for he who is not) to become such a one; and likewise, the way for all people to come out of their idolatry, vo worship the true God in spirit and truth.
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Written by me Henry Clark. Unto which is prefixed the epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Laodiceans
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • C4457
  • E.926[1]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
  • Thomason
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17th cent
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Clark, Henry
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dictionaries
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  • Society of Friends
  • Church and state
  • Idols and images
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general
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A rod discovered, found, and set forth to whip the idolaters till they leave off their idolatry : (which yet remains in the rulers of England, their ministers, and the people who follow thier wayes) which doth consist in the houses of high places, falsly called churches; the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford, (and their ministers, which are made by man, and not of God) and their ministers maintenance (not the ministers of Christs) which is portions of lands, tythes, offrings, oblations, obventions, and great houses for a certain dwelling place on the earth, and forms of oathes, all which is the fruit of idolaters, and the abomination of the heathen. So likewise here is described the true magistrate and his work; and the way (for he who is not) to become such a one; and likewise, the way for all people to come out of their idolatry, vo worship the true God in spirit and truth., Written by me Henry Clark. Unto which is prefixed the epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Laodiceans, (electronic book)
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  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "octob: 10"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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99866622
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unknown
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[2], 77, [1] p.
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one file format
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electronic
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A rod discovered, found, and set forth to whip the idolaters till they leave off their idolatry : (which yet remains in the rulers of England, their ministers, and the people who follow thier wayes) which doth consist in the houses of high places, falsly called churches; the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford, (and their ministers, which are made by man, and not of God) and their ministers maintenance (not the ministers of Christs) which is portions of lands, tythes, offrings, oblations, obventions, and great houses for a certain dwelling place on the earth, and forms of oathes, all which is the fruit of idolaters, and the abomination of the heathen. So likewise here is described the true magistrate and his work; and the way (for he who is not) to become such a one; and likewise, the way for all people to come out of their idolatry, vo worship the true God in spirit and truth., Written by me Henry Clark. Unto which is prefixed the epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Laodiceans, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "octob: 10"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99866622
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 77, [1] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
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cl0051000005
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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