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Author: Vauts, Moses à.
Title: The husband's authority unvail'd;: wherein it is moderately discussed whether it be fit or lawfull for a good man, to beat his bad wife. Some mysteries of iniquity are likewise unmasked, and a little unfolded. A subject, to some, perhaps, as unwelcom as uncoth. / From an inner cloyster of the Temple; by Moses à Vauts a faithfull votary, and free denizen of the Common-wealth of Israel.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The husband's authority unvail'd;: wherein it is moderately discussed whether it be fit or lawfull for a good man, to beat his bad wife. Some mysteries of iniquity are likewise unmasked, and a little unfolded. A subject, to some, perhaps, as unwelcom as uncoth. / From an inner cloyster of the Temple; by Moses à Vauts a faithfull votary, and free denizen of the Common-wealth of Israel.
Vauts, Moses à.

London: Printed by T.N. for Robert Bostock at the sign of Kings-head in Pauls Church-yard, 1650.
Subject terms:
Marital violence
Christian life -- Biblical teaching
Husband and wife
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95841.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
If any weak Reader be troubled at the Marginall Contractions (which were onely to gain room) make your recourse hither.
The Chapters speak thus.
discourse
CHAP. I. AN Introduction, touching the Occasion of this Discourse.
CHAP. II. The Certainty, Truth, Authority, Consent, and other peculiar Excellencies of the sacred Scripture.
CHAP. III. Of divine Knowledge: the Fountain, Streams, Force and Effects of it.
CHAP. IV. Practical Knowledge relating to the Hus∣bands Power. Sharpest Correction consistent with choicest Affection. 1. In Christ.
CHAP. V. The Symbol betwixt CHRIST and the Hus∣band, in the Point and Power of Practical Knowledge.
CHAP. VI. Whether a good Man must or may, correct or beat his bad Wife. Objections answered.
CHAP. VII. Conjectures at the Causes and Measure of Correction.
CHAP. VIII. Some Additionals coincident with the Occasion of this Discourse.
CHAP. IX. The Conclusion.
POST-SCRIPT.
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