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Author: Norwood, Anthony.
Title: A clear optick discovering to the eye of reason;: that regality is not inconsistent with the ends That episcopacy and presbytery are of the essence That independency is incorporated into the body That levelling is allowable in the constituting [brace] of government. And that the recusants are hugely mistaken in the constitution of their Roman hierarchy. Roughly set out in an humble addresse to the Parliament of England. / By Anthony Norwood, a cordial votary for the peace of the nation.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A clear optick discovering to the eye of reason;: that regality is not inconsistent with the ends That episcopacy and presbytery are of the essence That independency is incorporated into the body That levelling is allowable in the constituting [brace] of government. And that the recusants are hugely mistaken in the constitution of their Roman hierarchy. Roughly set out in an humble addresse to the Parliament of England. / By Anthony Norwood, a cordial votary for the peace of the nation.
Norwood, Anthony.

London: Printed for Richard Mood, and Edward Thomas, and are to be sold at the seven Stars in Pauls Church-yard, and in Green Arbour, 1654.
Subject terms:
Presbyterianism
Episcopacy
England and Wales -- Politics and government
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89748.0001.001

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To the Right Honourable the Speaker of the Parliament of Eng∣land, and to the Earls, Lords, Knights, Gentlemen and Burgesses respective∣ly, now invested by the Suffrage of the People, with the Supream Authority of the Nation.