The Resource An account and defence of the protestation made by the Lower-House of Convocation, April 30th. 1707. In behalf of the Queen's supremacy. : Together with some reflections on an account of the proceedings in Convocation, in a cause of contumacy, lately publish'd

An account and defence of the protestation made by the Lower-House of Convocation, April 30th. 1707. In behalf of the Queen's supremacy. : Together with some reflections on an account of the proceedings in Convocation, in a cause of contumacy, lately publish'd

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An account and defence of the protestation made by the Lower-House of Convocation, April 30th. 1707. In behalf of the Queen's supremacy. : Together with some reflections on an account of the proceedings in Convocation, in a cause of contumacy, lately publish'd
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An account and defence of the protestation made by the Lower-House of Convocation, April 30th. 1707. In behalf of the Queen's supremacy.
Title remainder
Together with some reflections on an account of the proceedings in Convocation, in a cause of contumacy, lately publish'd
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eng
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Uk-ES
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T18953
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ESTC
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1662-1732
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Atterbury, Francis
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Thomson, Mark Alméras
  • University of Liverpool
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  • Church of England
  • Church of England
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An account and defence of the protestation made by the Lower-House of Convocation, April 30th. 1707. In behalf of the Queen's supremacy. : Together with some reflections on an account of the proceedings in Convocation, in a cause of contumacy, lately publish'd
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0713512644
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22 cm
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[4], 39, [1] pages
Ownership
480 books and 1300 pamphlets (1680-1800) purchased in 1962 from the collection of the late Mark Alméras Thomson (1903-1962), Professor of Modern History at the University of Liverpool, 1945 to 1956.
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An account and defence of the protestation made by the Lower-House of Convocation, April 30th. 1707. In behalf of the Queen's supremacy. : Together with some reflections on an account of the proceedings in Convocation, in a cause of contumacy, lately publish'd
Publication
Control code
0713512644
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
[4], 39, [1] pages
Ownership
480 books and 1300 pamphlets (1680-1800) purchased in 1962 from the collection of the late Mark Alméras Thomson (1903-1962), Professor of Modern History at the University of Liverpool, 1945 to 1956.

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