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Unknown. A summary of the penal laws relating to nonjurors, papists, popish recusants, and nonconformists. And of the late statutes concerning the succession, riots, and imprisonment of suspected persons. Collected and put into such a Method, that the Reader may at one View satisfie his Enquiry. The Offences and Penalties being ranged opposite to each other. To which are added, several adjudged cases, and Notes upon the most material Points: Wherein are contained, all the Oaths, Submissions, Declarations, Confessions of Faith and Affirmations, Required by the Government, since the first Year of Queen Elizabeth, to this present Year 1716. The second edition. To which is now added, the two late acts; the one, for appointing commissioners to Enquire of the Estates of certain Traytors, &c. The other, to oblige papists to register their names and real estates.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 26072, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/26072. Accessed 2024-05-29.

@book{ wphp_26072
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1716},
  title={A summary of the penal laws relating to nonjurors, papists, popish recusants, and nonconformists. And of the late statutes concerning the succession, riots, and imprisonment of suspected persons. Collected and put into such a Method, that the Reader may at one View satisfie his Enquiry. The Offences and Penalties being ranged opposite to each other. To which are added, several adjudged cases, and Notes upon the most material Points: Wherein are contained, all the Oaths, Submissions, Declarations, Confessions of Faith and Affirmations, Required by the Government, since the first Year of Queen Elizabeth, to this present Year 1716. The second edition. To which is now added, the two late acts; the one, for appointing commissioners to Enquire of the Estates of certain Traytors, &c. The other, to oblige papists to register their names and real estates.},
  publisher={John Walthoe I \& John Walthoe II},
  address={London},    }

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