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An argument proving, that the imposition of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, as a qualification for a secular office, is I. Contrary to the express laws of God. II. Contrary to the doctrines of the Church of England. III. Contrary to the doctrines of the dissenters. and, IV. Contrary to the national and natural rights of all mankind. In which the reasonableness and necessity of taking away the sacramental test at this juncture, is particularly consider'd.

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Published by A. Baldwin, London, 1701
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Sole edition and apparently scarce in the U.S., for only three libraries report ownership to ESTC. The corporate subject for this piece is "South Sea Company" (!?). Small 4to. iv, [5]?26 pp. (lacks final leaf). ESTC T79469. Incomplete: Missing final leaf of text (pp. 27?28). Bound in recent marbled paper wrappers. An age-toned copy, with slight browning along edges and moderate staining on final two leaves. Lower margins of last three leaves closely cropped, costing portion of signatures on pp. 21 and 25 and catchwords on pp. 21 and 22. Final two leaves trimmed smaller, with shallow chipping on bottom edges. Final with long tear extending from outer margin to center of text, touching a several letters without costing any text. Bookseller Inventory # 20064

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Title: An argument proving, that the imposition of ...

Publisher: A. Baldwin, London

Publication Date: 1701

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