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A rent in the lawne sleeves or Episcopacy eclypsed, by the most happy interposition of a Parliament discoursed dialogue-wise betweene a Bishop and a Iesuite, wherein is shewed the ambicion of the prelacy, the creueltie in theipr [sic] roceediugs [sic] in their courtes : and the happy deliuerance of this land from the slauery of the church of Rome : as also their adhærence with that of Rome. Whose endeavours were most iustly and auspiciously contradicted by the Scotish nation, who denyed some innovations intended and commanded to be allowed in the church, and since religiously prosecuted by this kingdome,

London : Printed for Iohn Thomas, 1641

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