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Cobbett's legacy to parsons; or, Have the clergy of the established church an equitable right to the tithes, or to any other thing called church property, greater than the Dissenters have not the same? And ought there, or ought there not, to be a separation of the church from the state? In six letters, addressed to the church-parsons in general, including the cathedral and college clergy and the bishops. With a dedication to Blomfield, Bishop of London.

Title:Cobbett's legacy to parsons; or, Have the clergy of the established church an equitable right to the tithes, or to any other thing called church property, greater than the Dissenters have not the same? And ought there, or ought there not, to be a separation of the church from the state? In six letters, addressed to the church-parsons in general, including the cathedral and college clergy and the bishops. With a dedication to Blomfield, Bishop of London.
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Note:London, [Printed by Mills], 1835
  
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Subject:Church of England
Subject:Church and state
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