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Author: Tory, Stephen.
Title: Mixt marriages vindicated: or A discourse of mixt marriages by way of dialogue between A. and B. Who are of the same profession in matters of religion: but of different apprehensions in the point of marriage. First, shewing, that for persons to be joyned together in marriage, who differ about institutions in matters of religion, is contrary to no law; and therefore lawful. Secondly, that in case such marriages were the breach of a law, yet there is no rule left for the church to excommunicate persons for so marrying. By Stephen Tory.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mixt marriages vindicated: or A discourse of mixt marriages by way of dialogue between A. and B. Who are of the same profession in matters of religion: but of different apprehensions in the point of marriage. First, shewing, that for persons to be joyned together in marriage, who differ about institutions in matters of religion, is contrary to no law; and therefore lawful. Secondly, that in case such marriages were the breach of a law, yet there is no rule left for the church to excommunicate persons for so marrying. By Stephen Tory.
Tory, Stephen.

London: printed for Francis Smith at the Elephant and Castle in Cornhil near the Royal Exchange, 1680.
Alternate titles: Mixt marriages vindicated Discourse of mixt marriages by way of dialogue between A. and B. Caption title on G4r:Appendix, by way of caution; or, a word of advice to the unmarried Word of advice to the unmarried
Notes:
Some print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Marriage -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62978.0001.001

Contents
title page
dedication
THE EPISTLE To the REAEER.
A DISCOURSE OF Mixt Marriages.
AN Appendix, By way of Caution; or, a Word of Ad∣vice to the Ʋnmarried.
POSTSCRIPT.
A Second POSTSCRIPT by way of Advice, to all those that either have, or hereafter shall marry with such as are of contrary Minds in the Matters of In∣stituted Religion.