The unity and concord of God-fearing people

Scope and Content

Neatly written by an unknown hand and corrected by Baxter in some places. Papers outlining the terms by which 'The unity and Concord of Sober people fearing God in this nation may bee Easily and Safely attained and maintained'.


  • Black records of this, 'It seems to contain his views and is perhaps one of the preliminary papers drawn up, out of which arose the ‘Address and Proposals’ to the King, printed in Rel. ii. 232-237.'
  • Appears to be related to item 191, which is a copy of item 62(8): ‘The first Address and proposals of the Ministers [L]’. Rel. ii. 232-236

Other Finding Aids

Argent / Black iv.114, Thomas p.7