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Author: Cobbet, Thomas, 1608-1685.
Title: The civil magistrates povver in matters of religion modestly debated, impartially stated according to the bounds and grounds of scripture, and answer returned to those objections against the same which seem to have any weight in them. Together with A brief answer to a certain slanderous pamphlet called Ill news from New-England; or, a narrative of New-Englands persecution. By John Clark of Road-Island, physician. By Thomas Cobbet teacher of the church at Lynne in New-England. This treatise concerning the christian magistrates power, and the exerting thereof, in, and about matters of religion, written with much zeal and judgement by Mr. Cobbet of New-England, I doe allow to be printed; as being very profitable for these times. Feb. 7th. 1652. Obadiah Sedgwick.
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Print source: The civil magistrates povver in matters of religion modestly debated, impartially stated according to the bounds and grounds of scripture, and answer returned to those objections against the same which seem to have any weight in them. Together with A brief answer to a certain slanderous pamphlet called Ill news from New-England; or, a narrative of New-Englands persecution. By John Clark of Road-Island, physician. By Thomas Cobbet teacher of the church at Lynne in New-England. This treatise concerning the christian magistrates power, and the exerting thereof, in, and about matters of religion, written with much zeal and judgement by Mr. Cobbet of New-England, I doe allow to be printed; as being very profitable for these times. Feb. 7th. 1652. Obadiah Sedgwick.
Cobbet, Thomas, 1608-1685.

London,: Printed by W. Wilson for Philemon Stephens at the Gilded Lion in Paul's Churchyard., 1653.
Subject terms:
Clarke, John, 1609-1676. -- Ill newes from New-England; or, a narrative of New-Englands persecution.
Church and state -- Early works to 1800.
Massachusetts -- Church history -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A79995.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE OLIVER CROMWEL, Captain General of all the Forces of the Commonwealths of England, Scot∣land, and Ireland, Grace, Mercy, and Peace be multiplied.
To the Reader.
The Method and scope of the ensuing Discourse concerning the Civill Magi∣strates Power in matters of RELIGION.
Errata.
A Discourse concerning the Nature and Latitude of Civil Powers in matters of Religion.
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