|Author:||Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.|
|Title:||An essay concerning the divine right of tythes by the author of The snake in the grass.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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An essay concerning the divine right of tythes by the author of The snake in the grass.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.
London: Printed for C. Brome ..., W. Keblewhite ..., E. Pool ..., and G. Strahan, 1700.
The author of The snake in the grass was Charles Leslie.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
AN ESSAY Concerning the Divine Right OF TYTHES.
SECT. I. Of Trust in God.
SECT. II. Judgments upon Distrust.
SECT. III. Of Trust in Riches.
SECT. IV. That some Part of our Substance is Due to God, as an Act of Worship.
SECT. V. Of the Determinate Number of a Tenth, under the Law.
SECT. VI. A Tenth Requir'd before the Law; shewn in Abram, and Jacob.
SECT. VII. That the Gentiles did Pay Tythe• to their Gods.
SECT. VIII. The Original of Tythes.
SECT. IX. Obj. That Tythes are not Com∣manded in the Gospel.
SECT. X. Obj. That no Tythes were Pay'd in the Days of the Apostles, and first Ages of Christianity.
SECT. XI. Tythes Dedicated by Particul•• Vows in England.
SECT. XII. The Benefit of Paying our Tythe.
SECT. XIII. Remarkable Judgments for not Paying of our Tythe.
SECT. XIV. Of what things Tythes are to be Paid.
SECT. XV. If the Payment of our Tythe to the Poor, or other Charitable Ʋses, be a Due Payment of our Tythe?
SECT. XVI. When Tythes are to be Pay'd?
SECT. XVII. Of what Part of our Goods, the Tythe is to be Pay'd.
SECT. XVIII. Who they are that ought to Pay Tythe?
SECT. XIX. If Tythes may be Commuted or Redeem'd?
SECT. XX. To whom Tythes are to be Paid.
SECT. XXI. In what MANNER Tythes ought to be Offered.
SECT. XXII. How Priests are to Pay their Tythe?
SECT. XXIII. The Remedy.
A FORM OF Prayer and Thanksgiving Upon the Offering our Tythe to the PRIEST.
A Blessing to be Pronounced by the Priest.