The Rector of Dr-R's case concerning the power of suspension from the sacrament stated.
In a letter from his friend. Wherein the three following queries are briefly examined, and modestly resolved, viz. I. Whether a rector hath power to suspend any of the parishioners committed to his charge, from a temporary reception of the sacrament? And in what cases he may exercise that power?, II. What is the bishops office in such a case? And whether he may restore such persons so suspended, without a judicial cognizance of the crime objected?, III. Whether in such a case the bishop may regularly command the rector, and whether such commands are obliging?
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London : printed for Edward Mory at the 3 Bibles in St. Pauls Church-yard, and sold by M. Gunne at the Bible and Crown in Essex-street Dublin, 1695
With an errata slip.
Physical description: 22 p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), R655
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