Sir Iohn Eliot his grave and learned speech spoken in the High Court of Parliament. : Desiring an orderlie proceeding in matters of religion, and that it may not be onely disputed of, but firmely established, as it ought to be. Expressing the misprision and errour, whereby his Majesty is traduced by evill members about him. And the great danger of over-whelming that we were in, by the bishops articles, and their proceedings. Exhorting to maintaine our King, country and religion, even with the sword against all opposers. With a motion propounded, for laying downe of the grounds, wherein the Arminians and wee differ.
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Sir John Eliot his grave and learned speech spoken in the High Court of Parliament.
- London : Printed for V.V., 1641.
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