|Author:||Stephens, Edward, d. 1706.|
|Title:||Phinehas, or, The common duty of all men, and the special duty of magistrates, to be zealous and active in the execution of laws against scandalous sins and debauchery: and of that in particular, against prophane cursing and swearing.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Phinehas, or, The common duty of all men, and the special duty of magistrates, to be zealous and active in the execution of laws against scandalous sins and debauchery: and of that in particular, against prophane cursing and swearing.
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706.
London: Printed for Richard Smith, at the Angel near Lincolns-Inn Back-gate. And are to be sold by Richard Baldwin, at the Oxford-Armes in Warwick-Lane, 1695.
Swearing -- Law and legislation. -- Great Britain
PHINEHAS: OR, The Common Duty of all Men, AND THE Special Duty of Magistrates, Concerning the Execution of the LAWS, &c.