Catalog Record: A plea on behalf of the people call'd Quakers, or, An answer to a pamphlet intituled Papers relating to the Quakers tithe-bill : in which answer, the arguments in the country parson's plea are considered, and the clergy's pretended property in tithes enquir'd into : with reasons why the people call'd Quakers refuse to pay them | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A plea on behalf of the people call'd Quakers, or, An answer to a pamphlet intituled Papers relating to the Quakers tithe-bill : in which answer, the arguments in the country parson's plea are considered, and the clergy's pretended property in tithes enquir'd into : with reasons why the people call'd Quakers refuse to pay them / by Joseph Ollive.

Main Author: Ollive, Joseph, 1691 or 1692-1758.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed and sold by J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick Lane, MDCCXXXVII [1737]
Subjects: Sherlock, Thomas, > 1678-1761. > Country parson's plea against the Quakers bill for tythes.
Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill.
Tithes > Great Britain > Early works to 1800.
Society of Friends > Great Britain > Early works to 1800.
Physical Description: 67, [1] p. ; 20 cm (8vo)
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