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Author: Ley, John, 1583-1662.
Title: General reasons, grounded on piety, charity, justice and equitie, against the defaulcation of a fift part of the ministers maintenance who beareth the whole burthen of the ministerial function to any parish or people whereto are added particular reasons upon the like grounds against the payment of a fifth part to Dr. E.H. out of the rectory of Br. in Berks. : together with an answer to a letter of the said Dr. E.H. occasioned by the late insurrection at Salisbury / written by John Ley ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: General reasons, grounded on piety, charity, justice and equitie, against the defaulcation of a fift part of the ministers maintenance who beareth the whole burthen of the ministerial function to any parish or people whereto are added particular reasons upon the like grounds against the payment of a fifth part to Dr. E.H. out of the rectory of Br. in Berks. : together with an answer to a letter of the said Dr. E.H. occasioned by the late insurrection at Salisbury / written by John Ley ...
Ley, John, 1583-1662.

London: Printed for Edward Brewster ..., 1655.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Marginal notes.
Subject terms:
Ley, John, -- 1583-1662. -- Letter to Dr. E. Hyde ... occasioned by the late insurrection at Salisbury.
Hyde, Edward, -- 1607-1659.
Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A48311.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE my very good Lord Collonel Charles Fleetwood Lord Deputy of IRELAND.
To the Honourable Humphrey Mackworth Esquire, ONE OF THE Council of his Highness the Lord PROTECTOR.
TO THE UNPREJUDICED READER.
THE CONTENTS.
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General Reasons against the Paiment of a Fifth Part, out of Sequestred Livings, for Maintenance of the outed Ministers Wife and Children.
SECT. I. Some Cautions and Distinctions premised before them.
SECT. II. The first Reason, taken from the Necessity of Ministerial Service, in the Sequestred Benefice, and from the Parity of the Ministers Case with others, on whom no Paiment of a fifth Part is imposed.
SECT. III. The second Reason taken from the Preheminence of that Authority (which appointed us to be Incumbents) above that of private Patrons.
SECT. IV. The third Reason taken from the manner of our Admissi∣on into the Pastoral Charges of the outed Mi∣nisters compared with theirs.
SECT. V. The fourth Reason taken from the Aphorism of our Saviour, The Labourer is worthy of his hire, Luke 10.7.
SECT. VI. The fifth Reason taken from a comparison of the condition of the Wife and Children, of the outed Minister, when he is alive, and when he is dead.
SECT. VII. The sixth Reason taken from the ill Use our Adversaries make of the Allowance of the fifth Part.
SECT. VIII. The seventh Reason taken from the Oppression of the Labouring Ministers, by paiment of a fifth Tart, with Objections against them, and Answers for them.
Particular Reasons against the Pai∣ment of a fifth Part to D. E. H.
SECT. I. Reasons against Doctor H. his claim of a fifth Part, in Particular of the Rect. of Br.
SECT. II. Reasons why I should not pay a fifth Part to the Doctor.
SECT. III. The Doctors claim of my Promise to pay him a fifth part, Answered.