The Resource Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill : viz. I. The case of the people called Quakers. II. Extracts from the yearly epistles of meeting of Quakers held in London relating to tythes. III. A supplemental extract from the Quakers yearly epistles relating to their Sufferings. IV. Remarks upon a bill now depending in Parliament, to enlarge, amend, and render more effectual the Laws now in being for the more easy Recovery of Tythes, Church-Rates, and Oblations, and other Ecclesiastical Dues from the People called Quakers: And also Remarks upon a printed Paper, intitled, The Case of the People called Quakers. V. The country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe-bill: Humbly addressed to the Commons of Great-Britain assembled in Parliament. To which is added, An answer to the Country parson's plea against the Quakers Tythe bill. In a letter to the R.R. author. By a member of the House of Commons, (electronic resource)

Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill : viz. I. The case of the people called Quakers. II. Extracts from the yearly epistles of meeting of Quakers held in London relating to tythes. III. A supplemental extract from the Quakers yearly epistles relating to their Sufferings. IV. Remarks upon a bill now depending in Parliament, to enlarge, amend, and render more effectual the Laws now in being for the more easy Recovery of Tythes, Church-Rates, and Oblations, and other Ecclesiastical Dues from the People called Quakers: And also Remarks upon a printed Paper, intitled, The Case of the People called Quakers. V. The country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe-bill: Humbly addressed to the Commons of Great-Britain assembled in Parliament. To which is added, An answer to the Country parson's plea against the Quakers Tythe bill. In a letter to the R.R. author. By a member of the House of Commons, (electronic resource)

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Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill : viz. I. The case of the people called Quakers. II. Extracts from the yearly epistles of meeting of Quakers held in London relating to tythes. III. A supplemental extract from the Quakers yearly epistles relating to their Sufferings. IV. Remarks upon a bill now depending in Parliament, to enlarge, amend, and render more effectual the Laws now in being for the more easy Recovery of Tythes, Church-Rates, and Oblations, and other Ecclesiastical Dues from the People called Quakers: And also Remarks upon a printed Paper, intitled, The Case of the People called Quakers. V. The country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe-bill: Humbly addressed to the Commons of Great-Britain assembled in Parliament. To which is added, An answer to the Country parson's plea against the Quakers Tythe bill. In a letter to the R.R. author. By a member of the House of Commons
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Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill
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viz. I. The case of the people called Quakers. II. Extracts from the yearly epistles of meeting of Quakers held in London relating to tythes. III. A supplemental extract from the Quakers yearly epistles relating to their Sufferings. IV. Remarks upon a bill now depending in Parliament, to enlarge, amend, and render more effectual the Laws now in being for the more easy Recovery of Tythes, Church-Rates, and Oblations, and other Ecclesiastical Dues from the People called Quakers: And also Remarks upon a printed Paper, intitled, The Case of the People called Quakers. V. The country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe-bill: Humbly addressed to the Commons of Great-Britain assembled in Parliament. To which is added, An answer to the Country parson's plea against the Quakers Tythe bill. In a letter to the R.R. author. By a member of the House of Commons
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Language
eng
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Uk-ES
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T107333
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  • Great Britain
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Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill : viz. I. The case of the people called Quakers. II. Extracts from the yearly epistles of meeting of Quakers held in London relating to tythes. III. A supplemental extract from the Quakers yearly epistles relating to their Sufferings. IV. Remarks upon a bill now depending in Parliament, to enlarge, amend, and render more effectual the Laws now in being for the more easy Recovery of Tythes, Church-Rates, and Oblations, and other Ecclesiastical Dues from the People called Quakers: And also Remarks upon a printed Paper, intitled, The Case of the People called Quakers. V. The country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe-bill: Humbly addressed to the Commons of Great-Britain assembled in Parliament. To which is added, An answer to the Country parson's plea against the Quakers Tythe bill. In a letter to the R.R. author. By a member of the House of Commons, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • 'An answer to the country parson's plea against the Quakers' tythe bill', a reply to the work by Thomas Sherlock, is by John, Lord Hervey
  • With a half-title
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT107333
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Edition
The sixth edition
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Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill : viz. I. The case of the people called Quakers. II. Extracts from the yearly epistles of meeting of Quakers held in London relating to tythes. III. A supplemental extract from the Quakers yearly epistles relating to their Sufferings. IV. Remarks upon a bill now depending in Parliament, to enlarge, amend, and render more effectual the Laws now in being for the more easy Recovery of Tythes, Church-Rates, and Oblations, and other Ecclesiastical Dues from the People called Quakers: And also Remarks upon a printed Paper, intitled, The Case of the People called Quakers. V. The country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe-bill: Humbly addressed to the Commons of Great-Britain assembled in Parliament. To which is added, An answer to the Country parson's plea against the Quakers Tythe bill. In a letter to the R.R. author. By a member of the House of Commons, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • 'An answer to the country parson's plea against the Quakers' tythe bill', a reply to the work by Thomas Sherlock, is by John, Lord Hervey
  • With a half-title
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT107333
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The sixth edition
Extent
90p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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