A briefe polemicall dissertation, concerning the true time of the inchoation and determination of the Lordsday-Sabbath. : Wherein is clearly and irrefragably manifested by Scripture, reason, authorities, in all ages till this present: that the Lordsday begins and ends at evening; and ought to be solemnized from evening to evening: against the novel errours, mistakes of such, who groundlesly assert; that it begins and ends at midnight, or day-breaking; and ought to be sanctified from midnight to midnight, or morning to morning: whose arguments are here examined, refuted as unsound, absurd, frivolous. / Compiled in the Tower of London, and now published, for the information, reformation of all contrary judgment or practise. By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq.

Prynne, William, 1600-1669.
London : Printed by T. Mabb for Edward Thomas dwelling in Green Arbour, 1655.
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Early English books tract supplement interim guide Harl. 5921[292]
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