|Title:||A justification of set forms of prayer and in special of the liturgy of the Church of England; in answer to, and confutation of Vavasor Powel's Fourteen considerations, against all composed and imposed forms of prayer. By Richard Lewthwat, M.A. and rector of Wethersdale in Suffolk.|
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A justification of set forms of prayer and in special of the liturgy of the Church of England; in answer to, and confutation of Vavasor Powel's Fourteen considerations, against all composed and imposed forms of prayer. By Richard Lewthwat, M.A. and rector of Wethersdale in Suffolk.
London: printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford, for Robert Clavel, at the Peacock in St. Pauls Church-Yard, 1679.
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library.
Powell, Vavasor, -- 1617-1670. -- Common-prayer-book no divine service -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Prayer -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800.
To the Right Honorable, Henry Earl of Arundel, Lord Mowbray, &c. and his Virtuous and Reli∣gious Countess.
To my Reverend and Worthy Friend, Dr. Laurence Womock, Profes∣sor of Divinity, and Archdeacon of Suffolk.
February 26. 1677.
To the Composers, Imposers, Readers, and Hearers of COMMON-PRAYER, to the Disputers and Writers for COMMON-PRAYER.
To the Opposers, Contemners, and Neg∣lecters of Common-Prayer, and to the Disputers and Writers against Common-Prayer.