Spelman, Henry Sir:
De non temerandis ecclesiis : Churches not to be violated. A tract of the rights and respect due unto churches. Written to a gentleman who having an appropriate parsonage, imployed the church to prophane uses, and left the parishioners uncertainely provided of divine service, in a parish neere there adjoyning / Written and first published thirty years since by Sir Henry Spelman knight. — The third edition with a new epistle.. — Oxford : Printed by Henry Hall printer to the Universitie, 1646. — [30], 40 p.
(Thomason Tracts)
"To the reader" ("a long preface on the history of sacrilege"--Madan) is signed "Clem: Spelman" (Sir Henry Spelman's son).Annotation on Thomason copy: "May 1st".Reproduction of the original in the British Library..