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Musgrave, John. & Baudouin, Francois. & Grimeston, Edward.  (1647).  The conscience pleading for its owne liberty being the summe of an excellent discourse, wherein is pathetically proved, both by Scripture and reason, how farre a free toleration of religion may be granted, and how farre not, as it now stands with the affaires of the state : humbly presented to his Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax, and those generous spirits under his command.

MLA Citation

Musgrave, John. and Baudouin, Francois. and Grimeston, Edward.  The conscience pleading for its owne liberty [microform] : being the summe of an excellent discourse, wherein is pathetically proved, both by Scripture and reason, how farre a free toleration of religion may be granted, and how farre not, as it now stands with the affaires of the state : humbly presented to his Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax, and those generous spirits under his command / by John Musgrave  London printed  1647

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Musgrave, John. & Baudouin, Francois. & Grimeston, Edward.  1647,  The conscience pleading for its owne liberty [microform] : being the summe of an excellent discourse, wherein is pathetically proved, both by Scripture and reason, how farre a free toleration of religion may be granted, and how farre not, as it now stands with the affaires of the state : humbly presented to his Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax, and those generous spirits under his command / by John Musgrave  London printed

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