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Title: The articles and charge proved in Parliament against Doctor Walton, minister of St. Martins Orgars in Cannon street.: VVherein his subtile tricks, and Popish innovations are discovered; as also the consultations, and assistance he hath had therein by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Rochester, Mr. Brough, and Mr. Baker to effect the same. As also his impudence in defaming the honourable members of the House of Commons, by scandalous aspersions and abusive language.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The articles and charge proved in Parliament against Doctor Walton, minister of St. Martins Orgars in Cannon street.: VVherein his subtile tricks, and Popish innovations are discovered; as also the consultations, and assistance he hath had therein by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Rochester, Mr. Brough, and Mr. Baker to effect the same. As also his impudence in defaming the honourable members of the House of Commons, by scandalous aspersions and abusive language.
London: [s.n.], Printed 1641.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Church history
Laud, William, -- 1573-1645
Walton, Brian, -- 1600-1661
Saint Martin Orgars Church (London, England) -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Customs and practices -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75633.0001.001

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To the Honourable the house of Commons assembled in Parliament. The humble Petition of the Parishioners of St. Martins Orgar London,