Catalog Record: A plea for the non-conformists; shewing the true state of their case: and how far the conformist's separation from the Church of Rome, for their popish superstitions, &c. introduc'd into the service of God, justifies the non-conformist's separation from them. In a letter to Dr. Benjamin Calamy, on his sermon (call'd Scrupulous conscience), inviting hereto. To which is added, a parallel scheme of the pagan, papal, and Christian rites and ceremonies: and a Narrative of the sufferings underwent | HathiTrust Digital Library

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A plea for the non-conformists;
shewing the true state of their case: and how far the conformist's separation from the Church of Rome, for their popish superstitions, &c. introduc'd into the service of God, justifies the non-conformist's separation from them. In a letter to Dr. Benjamin Calamy, on his sermon (call'd Scrupulous conscience), inviting hereto. To which is added, a parallel scheme of the pagan, papal, and Christian rites and ceremonies: and a Narrative of the sufferings underwent.
By Thomas De Laune. With a preface by the author of the Review.

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Main Author: De Laune, Thomas, -1685.
Related Names: Defoe, Daniel 1661?-1731.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed for a Friend of the Author, and sold by A. Bettesworth, 1712.
Subjects: Calamy, Benjamin, > Calamy, Benjamin, / 1642-1686. > Calamy, Benjamin, / 1642-1686. / Discourse about a scrupulous conscience.
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Physical Description: 144 p. (i.e. 134) 19 cm.
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