|Author:||Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665.|
|Title:||A new discouery of personal tithes: or The tenth part of mens cleere gaines Proued due both in conscience, and by the lawes of this kingdome. By C. Burges.|
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A new discouery of personal tithes: or The tenth part of mens cleere gaines Proued due both in conscience, and by the lawes of this kingdome. By C. Burges.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665.
London: Printed by I. L[egat] for William Sheffard, and are to be sold at his shop, at the entring in of Popes-head Aley, out of Lumbard street, 1625.
Tithes -- Early works to 1800.
READER, Some Aduertisements.
A NEVV DIS∣COVERY OF PERSONAL TITHES, Prouing that EVERY Person within this Kingdome vsing any Pro∣fession, Art, Science, Handy craft, Trade, Merchandi∣zing, Buying, Selling, Bar∣tering any Goods, Wares, or Commodities by which a∣ny lawfull Gaines are made, is bound both in Conscience, and by the Lawes of this Realme, to pay the TENTH part of all his cleere Gaines (as a due debt) to his Pa∣stor, Ʋnlesse some, speciall Custome, Composition, or Priuiledge of the Place where he liues allowed by Law, exempt him there∣from.