A Discourse Concerning the Unreasonableness of A New Separation, on account of the Oaths.

London, 1689. Small 4to, (4), 42, (2, ads) pp. Disbound. First edition. The prolific Stillingfleet is widely held in Institutions and many of his writings are readily available online—but this pamphlet is not currently listed. Wing S-5584. "..his (Stillingfleet) power as a writer and the accuracy of his historical and antiquarian knowledge are unquestionable." D.N.B. Edward Stillingfleet (1635–1699), bishop of Worcester, was chaplain to Charles II, a member of the commission to revise the prayer book, and a frequent speaker in parliament. His manuscripts were bought by Harley. (Item Id: 5240)

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