A defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops wherein the case of Abiathar is particularly considered, and the invalidity of lay-deprivations is further proved, from the doctrine received under the Old Testament, continued in the first ages of christianity, and from our own fundamental laws, in a reply to Dr. Hody and another author : to which is annexed, the doctrine of the church of England, concerning the independency of the clergy on the lay-power, as to those rights of theirs which are purely spiritual, reconciled with our oath of supremancy, and the lay-deprivations of the popish bishops in the beginning of the reformation / by the author of the Vindication of the deprived bishops.

Title

A defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops wherein the case of Abiathar is particularly considered, and the invalidity of lay-deprivations is further proved, from the doctrine received under the Old Testament, continued in the first ages of christianity, and from our own fundamental laws, in a reply to Dr. Hody and another author : to which is annexed, the doctrine of the church of England, concerning the independency of the clergy on the lay-power, as to those rights of theirs which are purely spiritual, reconciled with our oath of supremancy, and the lay-deprivations of the popish bishops in the beginning of the reformation / by the author of the Vindication of the deprived bishops.

Author

Dodwell, Henry, 1641-1711.

Date

1695

Place of Publication

London

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Languages

English

Editorial Practice

Attributed to Henry Dodwell. Cf. DNB. Reproduction of original in Bristol Public Library, Bristol, England.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A36241
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A36241
  • DLPS: A36241
  • STC: Wing D1805
  • STC: ESTC R18161
  • EEBO-CITATION: 11822490
  • OCLC: ocm 11822490
  • VID: 49601