|Author:||Church of England.|
|Title:||Articles given by [...] and delivered to the church-wardens to be considered and answered in his visitation holden in the year of our Lord God [...] : whereunto the said church-wardens and side-men are upon their oathes to answer truly and particularly.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Articles given by [...] and delivered to the church-wardens to be considered and answered in his visitation holden in the year of our Lord God [...] : whereunto the said church-wardens and side-men are upon their oathes to answer truly and particularly.
Church of England.
London: printed for George Dawes ..., 1664.
Bracketed blank areas in title were to be filled in by the presiding bishop.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Church of England -- Government.
Church of England -- Management.
The Oath ministred to the Church-wardens, and Sworn men.
Concerning the Church, the Ornaments thereof, and the Churches Possessions.
Concerning the Clergy.
Parish Clerks and Sextons.
Concerning the Parishioners.
Physitians, Chirurgions, and Midwives.
Touching the Church-Wardens and Side-men.