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Author: Symmons, Edward.
Title: A loyall subjects beliefe,: expressed in a letter to Master Stephen Marshall, Minister of Finchingfield in Essex, from Edward Symmons a neighbour minister, occasioned by a conference betwixt them. With the answer to his objections for resisting the Kings personall will by force of armes. And, the allegation of some reasons why the authors conscience cannot concurre in this way of resistance with some of his brethren.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A loyall subjects beliefe,: expressed in a letter to Master Stephen Marshall, Minister of Finchingfield in Essex, from Edward Symmons a neighbour minister, occasioned by a conference betwixt them. With the answer to his objections for resisting the Kings personall will by force of armes. And, the allegation of some reasons why the authors conscience cannot concurre in this way of resistance with some of his brethren.
Symmons, Edward.

Oxford: Printed for VV. VVebb, M.DC.XLIII. [1643]
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Politics and government
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94178.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO MY REVEREND BRETHREN OF THE MI∣NISTRY, and the rest of my Chri∣stian friends and acquaintance, in the Counties of Essex and Hartford, Grace and Peace in Jesus Christ be multiplyed.
THE SVMME OF THE SEVERALL SECTIONS.
Faults escaped in some Copies.
TO MY REVEREND FRIEND AND BROTHER Mr STEPHEN MARSHALL.
introduction
SECT. I. The KING hath immediate dependance upon God: and to him onely is accountable.
SECT. II. The title of the Lords Anointed is proper and peculiar onely to the KING.
SECT. III. Royall birth is equivalent with Royall unction, and speakes the best Title to a Kingdome.
A Copy of the Sequestration that was brought against Edward Symmons Minister of Rayne in Essex, for his preaching, and his refusing to renounce that Faith and Doctrine of Chri∣stianity, expressed in the seaven first Sections of the preceding Discourse.