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Directions of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament

Great Britain. Parliament.

Directions of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament

after advise [sic] had with the Assembly of Divines, for the electing and choosing of ruling-elders in all the Congregations, and in the Classicall Assemblies for the cities of London and Westminster ... for the speedy setling of the Presbyteriall-Government.

by Great Britain. Parliament.

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Published by Printed for John Wright at the signe of the Kings-head in the Old-baily in London .
Written in English


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Reference: Wing 1523.

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Pagination10 p. ;
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20764637M

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