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 uncertainly provided of divine service, in a parish neere there adjoyning. VVritten and first published thirty years since by Sir Henry Spelman knight
eebo-0113 Ausführliche Beschreibung
|Spelman, Henry 1564?-1641.|
|Beteiligte Person(en)||Spelman, Clement 1598-1679.|
Oxford printed by Henry Hall printer to the Universitie 1646
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999-
, 40, 4 p.
|Ausgabe||The third edition with a new epistle, shewing the ill successe of sacriledge.|