The Storming And Totall Routing Of Tythes Wherein Is Shewed The Unlawfullnesse Of Claiming Them By The Now Pretended Tribe Of Levy, And Both Takers ... Come In The Flesh / By Edward Barber. (1651).pdf
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The storming and totall routing of tythes wherein is shewed the unlawfullnesse of claiming them by the now pretended tribe of Levy, and both takers and payers therein denying Christ to be come in the flesh / by Edward Barber.
Barber, Edward, d. 1674?
Imperfect: p. 13-16 (2nd grouping) wanting.
'Or, The humble representation, declaration, and protestation of Edward Barber, in behalf of himself and thousands of the freemen of the common-wealth of England, humbly presented to th
, 18,  p.
London : [s.n.], Printed anno dom. 1651.
Wing / B695
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