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Author: Norwood, Robert, Captain.
Title: An additional discourse relating unto a treatise lately published by Capt. Robert Norwood, intituled. A pathway unto Englands perfect settlement.: Many things therein are more fully opened, several doubts and objections answered; a brief account given of the ancient laws, customs, and constitutions of this nation, before and since the conquest, so called. With something concerning the Jewish civil constitutions. With a brief answer to Mr. John Spittlehouse, in his book bearing the title, the first addresses to his Excellencie, &c.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An additional discourse relating unto a treatise lately published by Capt. Robert Norwood, intituled. A pathway unto Englands perfect settlement.: Many things therein are more fully opened, several doubts and objections answered; a brief account given of the ancient laws, customs, and constitutions of this nation, before and since the conquest, so called. With something concerning the Jewish civil constitutions. With a brief answer to Mr. John Spittlehouse, in his book bearing the title, the first addresses to his Excellencie, &c.
Norwood, Robert, Captain., Norwood, Robert, Captain. Pathway unto England's perfect settlement; and its centre and foundation of rest and peace.

London: Printed for Richard Moon, at the seven stars in Paul's Church-yard, neer the great North-door, 1653.
Subject terms:
Universities and colleges -- England
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Great Britain -- Church history
Spittlehouse, John. -- First addresses to His Excellencie the Lord General, with the Assembly of elders elected by him and his Council for the management of the affairs of this Commonwealth; as also, to all the cordial officers and souldiers under his command
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89755.0001.001

Contents
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For the Gentlemen met, assembled, and sitting together in Councel at West∣minster.
Since my writing hereof, I met with a Book intituled The first Addresses to his Excellencie the Lond General, &c. by John Spittlehouse, &c.