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cerns their interest, and the people's felicity; and that is their disagreement about religion, notwithstanding their unanimous cry for property; a prudent management of which may turn to the great quiet, honour, and profit of the king and kingdom.
Of our superiors governing themselves upon a balance, as near as may be, towards the several religious interests.
II. Of a balance respecting religious differences. Eight prudential reasons why the civil magistrate should embrace it. Three objećtions answered. A comprehension confidered, but a toleration preferred, upon reason and example.