A declaration of the sense of the archbishops and bishops;
now in and about London, upon the occasion of their attendance in Parliament; concerning the irregular and scandalous proceedings of certain clergy-men at the execution of Sir John Freind and Sir William Parkins.
|Main Creator:||Williams, John, 1636?-1709.|
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[London] : Printed for John Everingham at the Star in Ludgate-street, 1696.
Authorship of the text ascribed by Wing and McAlpin Catalogue to John Williams subsequently Bishop of Chester.
Signed at end: Tho. Cantuar. [i.e. Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canturbry, and 13 other bishops].
An attack on Jeremy Collier and others for granting absolution to Friend and Parkyns.
Place of publication from Wing.
Half-title reads: A declaration of the sense of the archbishops and bishops, &c.
Last leaf is blank.
Physical description: , 14,  p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), W2699
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