First written, and afterwards published to obviate the erroneous opinions, fallacious reasonings, and bold and false assertions, in a late book, entituled, The rights of the Christian church. With a large prefatory discourse in answer to the said book. All written by George Hickes, D.D. With an appendix; whereto are added in this edition several new tracts, viz. A particular treatise written by Isaac Casaubon of Geneva, entituled, De libertate ecclesiasticâ, of the liberty (or free estate) of the church. Mr. Hughes's preliminary dissertationes (to St. Chrysostom de sacerdotie) wherein the authority of the church, as it is distinguish'd from that of the state, is explain'd and defended, and all the objections of the Erastians answer'd especially those of a late author, who has publish'd a book entituled, The rights of the Christian church, &c.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715
London, Printed by W.B. for Richard Sare at Grays-Inn-Gate in Holborn, 1711.