|Author:||Jenner, David, d. 1691.|
|Title:||Beaufrons, or, A new-discovery of treason under the fair-face and mask of religion, and of liberty and conscience : in an answer to the Protestant reconciler ... / by one of His Majestie's chaplains.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Beaufrons, or, A new-discovery of treason under the fair-face and mask of religion, and of liberty and conscience : in an answer to the Protestant reconciler ... / by one of His Majestie's chaplains.
Jenner, David, d. 1691.
London: Printed for Charles Morden, ..., MDCLXXXIII 
Attributed by Wing to David Jenner.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Whitby, Daniel, -- 1638-1726. -- Protestant reconciler.
Dissenters, Religious -- England.
TO THE READER.
CHAP. I. The true Notion of a PROTESTANT.
CHAP. II. The Presbyterians No Protestants.
CHAP. III. The Independents no Protestants.
CHAP. IV. The Anabaptists No Protestants.
CHAP. V. The Quakers No Protestants.
CHAP. VI. The RECONCILER'S Design proved to be, as Pretended, IMPOSSI∣BLE.
CHAP. VII. The Reconciler's Design proved to be, As Managed, Malitious, and Treasonable, towards the King and Governours, both of Church and State.
SECT. I. The Reconciler Scandalously makes The King and Governours, the Authours of all our present Schisms and Factions;
SECT. II. According to the Reconciler, The King and Gover∣nours are Proud Men, and the Plagues of the Earth, for Imposing things Indifferent.
SECT. III. According tot he Reconciler, The King and Gover∣nours Deserve Death for imposing things Indiffe∣rent.
SECT. IV. The King and Governours (according to the Recon∣ciler) are Traytors to the Common-Wealth, and Betrayers of the Peoples Liberties, for Imposing upon them, Things Indifferent: And that, therefore, the People ought not to yield to their Impositions; But ought To Rebell, and Vindicate their Christian Liberty.
SECT. V. The Reconciler Scandalously affirms, That the King and Governours want Piety and Prudence, And therefore it is, that they impose upon the People, Things Indifferent.
SECT. VI. According to the Reconciler, The King and Gover∣nours are the Destroyers of the Work of God, and the Murtherers of Myriads of Souls, for im∣posing things Indifferent.
SECT. VII. The King Commands Men to Sin, according to the Reconciler, When he Commands their Obedience as to things Indifferent.
CHAP. VIII. The Reconciler's Proposition Pro∣ved to be False.