Field, ‘A View of Popish Abuses’

  • H. C. Porter
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‘A View of popish Abuses yet remaining in the English Church, for which the godly Ministers have refused to subscribe’, from the second edition of the volume ‘An Admonition to Parliament’ in the Cambridge University Library: Syn. 8. 57. 75; with the signature ‘Jo: Feilde’ on the flyleaf, and this manuscript verse:

Let love still last That knitteth fast All Christians’ hearts Hold it as best Let go the rest As is our parts

All marginal biblical references omitted. W. H. Frere and C. E. Douglas, ‘Puritan Manifestoes’ (1907, 1954), printed the first edition, from a British Museum copy.


Prescript Form True Ministry Holy Ghost Plain Dealing Popish Abuse 
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