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THE

PROSE WORKS

OF

JOHN MILTON.

VOLUME III.

CONTAINING

THE LIKELIEST MEANS TO REMOVE HIRELINGS OUT OF THE CHURCH.
ANIMADVERSIONS UPON THE REMONSTRANTS' DEFENCE

AGAINST SMEOTYMNUUS.

APOLOGY FOR SMECTYMNUUS.
THE DOCTRINE AND DISCIPLINE OF DIVORCE.
THE JUDGMENT OF MARTIN BUCER CONCERNING DIVORCE.

TETRACHORDON. COLASTERION. TRACTATE ON EDUCATION.
A DECLARATION FOR THE ELECTION OF JOHN III. KING OF POLAND.

FAMILIAR LETTERS.

WITH

A PREFACE, PRELIMINARY REMARKS, AND NOTES,

BY J. A. ST. JOHN.

LONDON:

HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.

1848.

LONDON : JOSEPH RICKERBY, PRINTER,

SHERBOURN LANE.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.

PAGE.

CONSIDERATIONS TOUCHING THE LIKELIEST MEANS TO RE-

MOVE HIRELINGS OUT OF THE CHURCH. Wherein is

also discoursed of Tithes, Church Fees, and Church Re-

venues; and whether any Maintenance of Ministers can

be settled by Law

1

ANIMADVERSIONS UPON THE REMONSTRANT'S DEFENCE

AGAINST SMECTYMNUUS

42

AN APOLOGY FOR SMECTYMNUUS

93

THE DOCTRINE AND DISCIPLINE OF DIVORCE ; restored to

the good of both Sexes, from the Bondage of Canon Law,

and other Mistakes, to the true Meaning of Scripture in

the Law and Gospel compared. Wherein also are set

down the bad Consequences of abolishing, or condemning

as Sin, that which the Law of God allows, and Christ

abolished not. Now the second time revised and much

augmented. In Two Books : to the Parliament of England

with the Assembly

THE JUDGMENT OF MARTIN BUCER, CONCERNING DIVORCE :

written to Edward the Sixth, in his Second Book of the

Kingdom of Christ : and now Englished. Wherein a

late Book, restoring “ the Doctrine and Discipline of Di-

vorce,” is here confirmed and justified by the Authority of

Martin Bucer. To the Parliament of England

274

TETRACHORDON : Expositions upon the Four chief Places in

Scripture which treat of Marriage, or Nullities in Marri-

age. Wherein“the Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce," as

was lately published, is confirmed by Explanation of Scrip-

ture; by Testimony of ancient Fathers ; of Civil Laws in

the Primitive Church ; of famousest Reformed Divines ;

and lastly, by an intended Act of the Parliament and

Church of England in the last Year of Edward the Sixth . 315

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