|Title:||An ansvver to a lawless pamphlet entituled, The petition and articles exhibited in Parliament against Doctor Haywood, late chaplain to the Bishop of Canterbury.: By R.M.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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An ansvver to a lawless pamphlet entituled, The petition and articles exhibited in Parliament against Doctor Haywood, late chaplain to the Bishop of Canterbury.: By R.M.
London: Printed by I. N. for Henry Seile, at the Tygres head in Fleetstreet, over against Saint Dunstans Church, 1641.
Haywood, William, -- 1599 or 1600-1663
Petition and articles exhibited in Parliament against Doctor Haywood, late chaplain to the Bishop of Canterbury.
To the honorable, the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses of the Commons House in Parlia∣ment, &c.
The Petition it selfe. To the Honourable Knights, Citizens and Burgesses. &c.
The particulars of the Sermons.
Out of the Sermon preached April 21. 1639 upon Whose soever sinns ye remit they are remitted.
Out of the Sermon preached Iune 7. 1640. upon Which now of these three thinkest thou was neigh∣bour to him which fell among theeves? &c.
Out of the Sermon preached Ianuary 20. 638 upon, Jesus said unto her, woman what have I to doe with thee?
Out of the Sermon first mentioned preached Aprill 21. 1659. upon VVhosesoever sinns ye remit, &c.
Particular erroneous Doctrines contained in a Book intituled An Introduction to a Devout Life.
Doctor Haywoods supersticious and idolatrouse manner of administration of the Sacrament, &c.
These Articles were all proved before the grand Committee, &c.
At the hearing of the businesse before the Committee.
At the hearing of the businesse before the Committee, &c.