Reasons for the King's Injunction to the Clergy, with Respect to Praying before Sermon. With, A short Representation of the Danger and Ill Tendency of the Liberties some have taken in Departing from the Canon. [Bound with] Die Jovis. 20' Febru. 1717.

London. Printed, and sold by John Morphew near Stationers-Hall. 1715 & 1717. 12mo, (in 4's), 19cm, 34 & 6 pp., trimmed, decorated first initial, head & tail decoration, disbound, rear leaves detached, very good thus (PoL). ~ Two parliamentary papers read in the reign of King George I. 1 ". a late order, from the King to the Archbishops and Bishops, directing them to oblige their whole Clergy to an Observance of the 55th Canon." 2. "The Order of the Day being read for the House to be put into Committee of the whole House on the Mutiny Bill." The Mutiny Act of 1689 was required to be renewed yearly. Item #38640

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