The state preferable to the Church, or, Reasons for making sale of the whole present property of the Church, in England and Ireland, for the use of the state, and for rendering the clergy more equal among themselves, less vexatious and onerous to the laity, and more dependent on their head, by subjecting them to the Exchequer for their stipends, as practised in Holland : ...
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Clerical reform, or, England's salvation : shewing [!] its necessity by a comparative state of the landed property, in respect to taxes, funds, mortgages, tithes, &c. : with a plan of annihilating forty million of the national debt, by a sale of the mortmain lands, and a total abolition of tithes Williams, Joseph, Esq. (1792)
Reform not revolution, or, An endeavour to prove the necessity of reform in the church and state : with remarks upon translations, pluralities, tithes, the building of churches, and the divisions of the church clergy : to which is added an epistle, dedicatory to the two Houses of Parliament Sparrow, Joesph. (1831)