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Author: Tomlinson, William.
Title: Seven particulars,: containing as followeth, I. Against oppressors. II. Magistrates vvork and honor. III. A meditation for magistrates upon Dan. 12.4. IV. Of hanging for theft, filling the land with blood. V. To the high & lofty in the earth, who exalt themselves by discent or blood. VI. Of ministers maintenance, two extreams. VII. Of persecuting for speaking in the synagogues (by many called churches.) Given forth for publique service by W.T.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Seven particulars,: containing as followeth, I. Against oppressors. II. Magistrates vvork and honor. III. A meditation for magistrates upon Dan. 12.4. IV. Of hanging for theft, filling the land with blood. V. To the high & lofty in the earth, who exalt themselves by discent or blood. VI. Of ministers maintenance, two extreams. VII. Of persecuting for speaking in the synagogues (by many called churches.) Given forth for publique service by W.T.
Tomlinson, William.

London: printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his shop at the Black spread-Eagle, neer the west end of Pauls, 1657.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Doctrines
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94747.0001.001

Contents
title page
pamphlet
The Word of the LORD AGAINST OPPRESSORS Old and New.
Against Oppression the second time.
The Magistrates, or Judges Work, from whence their Honour ari∣ses, is this.
Magiserates VVork and Honour in the same way, opened the second time.
A Meditation for Magistrates upon Dan. 12.4. worthy their considerati∣tion, lest they kick against the pricks.
Of hanging for Theft, so filling the Land with Blood.
To the high and lofty in the earth, in whom there is a spirit that seekes to be exalted, or exalts it self by blood or discent.
Two Extreams concerning Ministers Maintenance.
So then concerning Ministers Maintenance I lay down these Particulars.
Of persecuting men for speaking in the Synagogues (by many called Churches.)
ERRATA.