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BOSTON: PUBLISHED BY BOWLES AND DEARBORN, No. 72 Washington Street.
CAMBRIDGE: [Iniversity Press, Hilliard & Metcalf.
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
Of Education. To Master Samuel Hartlib
Areopagitica ; a Speech for the Liberty of Unli-
censed Printing, to the Parliament of England
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, &c. In two Books. To the Parlia-
ment of England, with the Assembly
BOOK FIRST. THE PREFACE. That Man is the occa-
sion of his own Miseries, in most of those Evils which
he imputes to God's Inflicting. The Absurdity of our
Canonists in their Decrees about Diyorce. The Chris.
tian imperial Laws framed with more Equity. The
Opinion of Hugo Grotius and Paulus Fagius; and the
Purpose in general of this Discourse
CHAPTER I. The Position proved by the Law of Moses
CHAPTER II. The first Reason of this Law grounded on
the prime Reason of Matrimony. That no Covenant
whatsoever obliges against the main End both of itself
and of the Parties covenanting
Chapter III. The Ignorance and Iņiquity of Canon Law,
providing for the Right of the Body in Marriage, but