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Author: Cotton, John, 1584-1652.
Title: The controversie concerning liberty of conscience in matters of religion,: truly stated, and distinctly and plainly handled, by Mr. John Cotton of Boston in New-England. By way of answer to some arguments to the contrary sent unto him, vvherein you have, against all cavils of turbulent spirits, clearly manifested, wherein liberty of conscience in matters of religion ought to be permitted, and in what cases it ought not, by the said Mr. Cotton.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The controversie concerning liberty of conscience in matters of religion,: truly stated, and distinctly and plainly handled, by Mr. John Cotton of Boston in New-England. By way of answer to some arguments to the contrary sent unto him, vvherein you have, against all cavils of turbulent spirits, clearly manifested, wherein liberty of conscience in matters of religion ought to be permitted, and in what cases it ought not, by the said Mr. Cotton.
Cotton, John, 1584-1652.

London: Printed for Thomas Banks, and are to be sold at his shop in Black-Fryers on the top of Bride-well Staires, 1646.
Subject terms:
Liberty of conscience
Freedom of religion
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A80614.0001.001

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Scriptures and Reasons written long since by a witnesse of Jesus Christ close prisoner in Newgate, against persecution in cause of conscience, and sent some while since to Mr. Cotton, by a friend, desiring to be instructed, whether persecution for conscience be not against the Do∣ctrine of Jesus Christ. The Scriptures and Reasons are these, which were alledged against persecution.
The Answer of Mr. John Cotton of Buston in New-England to the a∣foresaid Arguments against persecution for cause of conscience.