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Author: Lanceter, R., 17th cent.
Title: Gallicantvs, seu Præcursor Gallicinii primus.: Containing two addresses, the one to the King, the other to the Parliament. Tegether [sic] with a postscript about the affaires of religion, of most high concernment. By R. Lanceter, author of Gallicinivm, now in the presse.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Gallicantvs, seu Præcursor Gallicinii primus.: Containing two addresses, the one to the King, the other to the Parliament. Tegether [sic] with a postscript about the affaires of religion, of most high concernment. By R. Lanceter, author of Gallicinivm, now in the presse.
Lanceter, R., 17th cent.

London: Printed for Nathaniel Ranew, at the sign of the Angell in Pauls Church-yard, 1660.
Subject terms:
Religion
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88698.0001.001

Contents
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An humble Addresse and Supplication to the Kings most excellent Majesty, Charles the Second, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
An humble Addresse unto the High Court of PARLIAMENT.
The Postscript.
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THE Preface to these Proposals.
GALLICANTƲS, SEU Praecursor Gallicinij PRIMUS.
1. PROPOSAL. That it is not possible that we, or any other Nation in the World, can be the CHURCH of CHRIST; But on the contrary, either Antichristianly, or Diabolically in state of Damnation.
2. PROPOSAL. That it is not possible that all the wit and wisdom of men in the way that they endeavour Reformation in, can make the Estate of the Church better, but rather still worse.
3. PROPOSAL. That yet there is a way, and that of old laid down by Christ, to render all Congregations, Parishes, and Societies of People, Churches of Christ, and all as formerly, Churches of Saints, in a blessed condition both here and hereafter.
4. PROPOSAL. That to bring this about, and settle it in the world, there must be an utter plucking up of all that is now in esteem and de∣sire in the world, and of all that have such in the world, for many hundreds of years, and all things to become new.
THE CONCLUSION.