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The second part of the case of tythes; containing animadversions 0n a reverend prelate's remarks upon the bill now depending in Parliament . .to which are prefix'd the reverend prelate's remarks. The third edition, with additions.

Arnall, William.

Published by J. Peele, London, 1731
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A political writer who took up his pen at a very tender age, Arnall became a target of Pope's wrath (in the epilogue to the Satires: "Spirit of Arnall, aid me whilst I lie!"). Here he involves himself in the contemporary debate over tithing rights, questioning assertions made in favor of the clergy. The points he rebuts were made by Thomas Sherlock, in his Remarks upon a Bill Now Depending in Parliament; the response appeared in its earlier editions (earlier in 1731) under the simpler title Animadversions on a Reverend Prelate's Remarks, with this third edition being the first to bear the expanded title, which apparently refers to Arnall's text serving as the second part of the prelate's remarks. Conveniently, both Sherlock's argument and Arnall's response are printed here. 8vo (19 cm, 7.5"). 32 pp. ESTC T108041. On Arnall, see: The Dictionary of National Biography, II, 103). Removed from a nonce volume and now in a Mylar folder. Final page stamped by a now-defunct institution. Small area of worming in lower outer corner throughout, not touching text. Bookseller Inventory # 5648

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Title: The second part of the case of tythes; ...

Publisher: J. Peele, London

Publication Date: 1731

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