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Author: Powel, Gabriel, 1576-1611.
Title: A consideration of the depriued and silenced ministers arguments, for their restitution to the vse and libertie of their ministerie exhibited in their late supplication, vnto the honorable states assembled in this present Parliament. By Gabriel Powel.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A consideration of the depriued and silenced ministers arguments, for their restitution to the vse and libertie of their ministerie exhibited in their late supplication, vnto the honorable states assembled in this present Parliament. By Gabriel Powel.
Powel, Gabriel, 1576-1611.

At London: Printed by G. Eld, for Thomas Adams, 1606.
Alternate titles: Consideration of the deprived and silenced ministers arguments, for their restitution to the use and libertie of their ministerie Consideration of the deprived and silenced ministers arguments, for their restitution to the use and libertie of their ministerie. Consideration of the deprived ministers supplication &c.
Notes:
A reply to: Certaine arguments to perswade and provoke the most honorable and high court of Parliament now assembled.
The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A1".
Running title reads: A consideration of the depriued ministers supplication &c.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Certaine arguments to perswade and provoke the most honorable and high court of Parliament now assembled -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Puritans -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09880.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honorable, the Lords Spirituall and Temporall, the Knights, Cittizens and Burgesses of the high Court of Parliament.
The Title of the Supplication.
To the Christian Reader, Ho∣norable, Worshipfull. &c.
A Consideration of the Preface.
Certaine Arguments to prouoke this present high Court of Parliament to zeale, for the Ministers now silenced.
I. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 1. Argument.
ANSWER.
I. To the Antecedent.
II. To the Consequence.
II. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 2. Argument.
ANSWER.
1. To the Antecedent.
II. To the Consequence.
III. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 3. Argument.
ANSWER.
IV. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 4. Argument.
ANSWER.
V. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 5. Argument.
ANSWER.
I. To the Antecedent.
II. To the Consequence
VI. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 6. Argument.
ANSWER.
I. To the Antecedent.
II. To the Consequence.
VII. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 7. Argument.
ANSWER.
IIX. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the. 8. Argument.
ANSWER.
To the Consequence.
IX. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 9. Argument.
ANSWER.
To the Consequence.
X. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 10. Argument.
ANSWER. To the Consequence.
XI. ARGRMENT.
Resolution of the .XI. Argument.
ANSWER. To the Consequence.
XII. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 12. Argument.
ANSWER. To the Consequence.
XIII. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 13. Argument.
ANSWER.
XIV. ARGRMENT.
Resolution of the 14. Argument.
ANSWER.
XV. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 15 Argument.
ANSWER.
XVI. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 16. Argument.
ANSWER.
I. To the Antecedent.
II. To the Consequence.
XVII. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 17. Argument.
answer
I. REASON.
ANSWER.
II. REASON.
ANSWER.
III. REASON.
ANSWER.
IV. REASON.
ANSWER.
V. REASON.
ANSWER.
VI. REASON.
ANSWER.
XVII. ARGVMENT.
Resolution of the 18. Argument.
ANSWER.
The Conclusion.