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Author: Spelman, Henry, Sir, 1564?-1641.
Title: Tithes too hot to be touched certain treatises, wherein is shewen that tithes are due, by the law of nature, scripture, nations, therefore neither Jewish, Popish, or inconvenient / written by Sr. Henry Spelman ... ; with an alphabeticall table.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Tithes too hot to be touched certain treatises, wherein is shewen that tithes are due, by the law of nature, scripture, nations, therefore neither Jewish, Popish, or inconvenient / written by Sr. Henry Spelman ... ; with an alphabeticall table.
Spelman, Henry, Sir, 1564?-1641., Stephens, Jeremiah, 1591-1665.

London: Printed for Philemon Stephens ..., [1646?]
Notes:
Reproduction of original in University of Illinois Library.
Incomplete: lacking all after The larger book of tithes.
Table of contents: p. [45]-[49]
Index: p. [5]-[12]
Errata: p. [50]
Advertisement: p. [15]
Subject terms:
Tithes -- Great Britain.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A61095.0001.001

Contents
title page
The names of the severall Treatises are these,
To the Enemies of TITHES.
to the reader
index
A Catalogue of the Authors cited in these Treatises.
A Catalogue of other printed Books of Sr. Henry Spelmans, which are to be sold by Philemon Stephens at the gilded Lion in Pauls Church-yard.
TO THE VVORSHIPFVLL My much Honoured friends, John Crew Esquire, and Richard Knightley Es∣quire, worthy Patriots of our Country Northampton-Shire.
To the READER.
CONTENTS OF THE SEVERALL TREATISES AND CHAPTERS.
Errata, & addenda.
The Introduction.
Of TITHES.
CAP. I.
CAP. II.
CAP. III.
CAP. IV.
CAP. V.
CAP. VI.
CAP. VII.
§ 1. Of the Levites of the Temple.
§ 2. Of the Provinciall Levites.
CAP. VIII.
CAP. IX.
CAP. X.
CAP. XI.
Another reason why the Apostles received no Tithes, drawn à necessitate.
CAP. XII.
CAP. XIII.
CAP. XIV.
CAP. XV.
CAP. XVI.
CAP. XVII.
CAP. XVIII.
CAP. XIX.
CAP. XX.
CAP. XXI.
CAP. XXII.
CAP. XXIII.
CAP. XXIV.
CAP. XXV.
CAP. XXVI.
Additions to the 26. Chapter of the Law of Nations.
CAP. XXVII.
CAP. XXVIII.
§ 1. An Objection touching sacrifice, and first-fruits, and circumcision.
§ 2. Of the Sabbath day: Easter and Pentecost.
CAP. XXIX.
That after the Appropriation, the Parsonage still continu∣eth spirituall.
That no man properly is capable of an Appropriation but spi∣rituall men.
What was granted to the King.
Whether Tithes and Appropriations belonged to the Mona∣steries, or not?
In what sort they were granted to the King.
To what end they were granted to the King.
That the King might not take them.
Of the Statute of dissolution, that took away Impropriati∣ons from the Church.
That the King may better hold Impropriations, then his Lay Subjects.