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Towgood, Micaiah. A dissent from the Church of England, fully justified, And proved to be the genuine and just consequence of the allegiance which is due to Jesus Christ, the only lawgiver in the Church: being the dissenting gentleman’s three letters and postscript, in answer to the letters of the Rev. Mr. White, on that subject. also a letter to the Bishops, on the present state of religion in this kingdom; And the opinions of three eminent lawyers, On the Question, Whether an action can be maintained against a Clergyman, for refusing to admit a notorious evil-liver to the Sacrament, who demands it as a qualification for an office. By Micaiah Towgood.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14702, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14702. Accessed 2024-04-13.

@book{ wphp_14702
  author={Towgood,Micaiah},
  year={1800},
  title={A dissent from the Church of England, fully justified, And proved to be the genuine and just consequence of the allegiance which is due to Jesus Christ, the only lawgiver in the Church: being the dissenting gentleman’s three letters and postscript, in answer to the letters of the Rev. Mr. White, on that subject. also a letter to the Bishops, on the present state of religion in this kingdom; And the opinions of three eminent lawyers, On the Question, Whether an action can be maintained against a Clergyman, for refusing to admit a notorious evil-liver to the Sacrament, who demands it as a qualification for an office. By Micaiah Towgood.},
  publisher={Benjamin Flower \& Shirley Woolmer \& J. Reed \& Charles Sutton \& Thomas Conder [Bucklersbury] \& William Button I \& Martha Gurney},
  address={Cambridge},    }

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