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Vindiciæ libertatis evangelii, or, A justification for our present indulgence and the acceptance of licences by way of reply to a certain clamourous, anonymous manuscript pamphlet entituled, Queries upon the declaration March 15th 1671/2 : the most usual and considerable arguments against licences are herein examined and satisfied / by a friend to peace and truth.

Title:Vindiciæ libertatis evangelii, or, A justification for our present indulgence and the acceptance of licences by way of reply to a certain clamourous, anonymous manuscript pamphlet entituled, Queries upon the declaration March 15th 1671/2 : the most usual and considerable arguments against licences are herein examined and satisfied / by a friend to peace and truth.
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Note:[London? : s.n.], 1672
  
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Subject:Queries upon the declaration of March 15th, 1671/2
Subject:Church and state -- England
Subject:Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century
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