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Instance of the Church of England"s Loyalty ....
by Printed by Henry Hills, Printer to the King"s Most Excellent Majesty, for his Houshold and Chappel in London
Written in English
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Published with allowance. See McAlpin. Signatures: A⁴. Description: 8 pages ; 20 cm (4to) Other Titles: Reply to the New test, of the Church of England's loyalty. Reasons for abrogating the test, imposed upon all members of Parliament anno Octob.
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