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The Questions answered I.-Why should the king maintain a church when there is no congregation? II.-Why should he exact tithes to maintain the priests of such church from persons who differ from it? In a letter of instruction to the people, senators and Lords Morpeth and J.Russell on the Irish Church Bills.

Title:The Questions answered I.-Why should the king maintain a church when there is no congregation? II.-Why should he exact tithes to maintain the priests of such church from persons who differ from it? In a letter of instruction to the people, senators and Lords Morpeth and J.Russell on the Irish Church Bills.
Note:London : Roake and Varty, 1836
  
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Subject:United Church of England and Ireland
Subject:Tithes
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