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Dr. Benjamin Calamy's Discourse about a scrupulous conscience : preach'd at the parish-church of St. Mary Aldermanbury, London : being the sermon, by which scrupulous consciences were invited to examine the merits of the cause : with Mr. Tho. Delaune's Plea for the Non-conformists; shewing The true state of their case: in answer thereto : and A narrative of the sufferings he underwent.
Calamy, Benjamin, 1642-1686.
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London : Printed and sold by W. Marshall ... and Joseph Marshall..., 1713.
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[2], 27, [1], 136, [1] pages : illustrations ; 19 cm. (4to)
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London : Printed and sold by W. Marshall ... and Joseph Marshall..., 1713.
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Calamy's Discourse has separate title-page: A discourse about a scrupulous conscience : preached at the parish-church of St. Mary Aldermanbury, London ... London : Printed, and are to be sold by by J. Morphew ..., 1712.
De Laune's Plea has also separate title-page: A plea for the non-conformists : in three parts. I. The true state of their case: and how far the conformist's separation from the Church of Rome, for their popish superstitions, &c. introduced into the service of God, justifies the non-conformist's separation from them. In a letter to Dr. Benjamin Calamy, on his sermon (call'd Scrupulous conscience) inviting hereto. II. A parallel scheme of the pagan, papal, and Christian rites and ceremonies. III. The sufferings underwent by Thomas De Laune. Printed from the original copy, and corrected from many faults escaped in former impressions. London : Printed for John Marshall ..., 1720.
Part II of De Laune's Plea (pages [97]-[110) has separate title-page: Eikōn tou thēriou: or, The image of the beast : shewing, by a parallel scheme, what a conformist the Church of Rome is to the pagan and what a non-conformist to the Christian church, in its rites, services and ceremonies, the better to exemplify the true and false church. Part II by T. D. Printed in the year, 1684. and Re-printed 1720.
Part II of De Laune's Plea printed in triple columns.
Part III of De Laune's Plea (pages [111]-136) has separate title-page: A narrative of the sufferings of Thomas de Laune, for writing, printing and publishing a late book, call'd, A plea for the non-conformists : with some modest reflections thereon. Directed to Dr. Calamy, in obedience to whose call that work was undertaken. Part III. By T. D. Printed in the year, 1684. and Re-printed 1720.
Preface to De Laune's Plea signed: D. F. = Daniel Defoe.
Publisher's advertisements: [1] page at end.
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5103842

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