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Title: Catholicon, the expediency of an explicit stipulation betwixt the parochial ministers and their congregations, or, An essay to prove that the intervention of solemn mutual promises betwixt the parochial ministers and their people (faithfully to discharge their relative duties to one another) would be useful and expedient for these ends to promote in clergy-men regularity of life, and diligence in their ministerial function, to increase in the lay parishioners, Christian knowledge, sincere godliness, with a free and friendly conversation, to give a stop to separation, and reduct dissenters to the communion of the church without using secular compulsion, to secure the peace of the nation, to inlarge trade, and make provision for the poor, and that all may be effected without the least innovation, or alteration of the present legal establishment of the Church of England humbly tendred to the consideration of all English Protestants / by a parochial minister.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Catholicon, the expediency of an explicit stipulation betwixt the parochial ministers and their congregations, or, An essay to prove that the intervention of solemn mutual promises betwixt the parochial ministers and their people (faithfully to discharge their relative duties to one another) would be useful and expedient for these ends to promote in clergy-men regularity of life, and diligence in their ministerial function, to increase in the lay parishioners, Christian knowledge, sincere godliness, with a free and friendly conversation, to give a stop to separation, and reduct dissenters to the communion of the church without using secular compulsion, to secure the peace of the nation, to inlarge trade, and make provision for the poor, and that all may be effected without the least innovation, or alteration of the present legal establishment of the Church of England humbly tendred to the consideration of all English Protestants / by a parochial minister.
Parochial minister.

London: [s.n.], 1674.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Church of England -- Clergy.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A31349.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE.
CAP. I. An Account of the Nature of the Explicit Stipu∣lation proposed.
CAP. II. The usefulness of the Parochial Stipulation, to promote regularity of life in the Ministers and their People, with Brotherly Love, and good Neighbourhood.
CHAP. III. The Expediency of the Parochial Stipulation to reduce Dissenters to the Ʋnity of the Church, and secure those, who at present do Conform, from falling away.
CAP. IV. The Expediency of the Explicit Promises to secure publick Peace.
CAP. V. The Expediency of the Parochial Stipulation, to make provision for the Poor, and increase Trade amongst us.
The Conclusion.