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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

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