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Author: Lewgar, John, 1602-1665.
Title: Erastus Junior. Or, A fatal blovv to the clergies pretensions to divine right.: In a solid demonstration, by principles, forms of ordination, canon-laws, acts and ordinances of Parliament, and other publique acts, instruments, records, and proceedings, owned by themselves, that no bishop, nor minister, (prelatical, or Presbyterian) nor presbytery (classical, or national) hath any right or authority to preach, ... in this nation, from Christ, but onely from the Parliament. In two parts: the one demonstrating it to an episcopal, the other to a Presbyterian minister. By Josiah Web, Gent. a serious detester of the dregs of the Antichristian hierarchy yet remaining among us.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Erastus Junior. Or, A fatal blovv to the clergies pretensions to divine right.: In a solid demonstration, by principles, forms of ordination, canon-laws, acts and ordinances of Parliament, and other publique acts, instruments, records, and proceedings, owned by themselves, that no bishop, nor minister, (prelatical, or Presbyterian) nor presbytery (classical, or national) hath any right or authority to preach, ... in this nation, from Christ, but onely from the Parliament. In two parts: the one demonstrating it to an episcopal, the other to a Presbyterian minister. By Josiah Web, Gent. a serious detester of the dregs of the Antichristian hierarchy yet remaining among us.
Lewgar, John, 1602-1665.

London: printed, and are to be sold by Livewell Chapman at the signe of the Crown in Popeshead Alley, 1660.
Subject terms:
Apostolic succession
Church of England -- Controversial literature
Church of England -- Clergy -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88083.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Preface.
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The first Part. Demonstrating to an Episcopal Priest, that he hath no authority to Preach, from Christ, but onely from the Parliament.
The second Part. Demonstrating to a Presbyterian Minister, that he hath no Authority to preach from Christ, but onely from the Parliament,