Synonyms for prelacy

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Prelacy, he knew, was but the King's choice for the nation: Presbytery was the nation's choice for itself.

Nobody could deny that prelacy was established by Act of Parliament.

(prelacy beginning to advance in Scotland) he was, upon the 13th of October 1660.

Prelacy and Popery are both corrupt systems, though not equally.

This was for writing against Prelacy, not against Christianity.

Not every, or all kinds of prelacy; not prelacy in the latitude of the notion thereof.

And this might suffice to warrant our covenanting to extirpate this prelacy, save that only.

Our mountain of prelacy hath all these three bad qualities: 1.

With the pride and avarice of prelacy he was totally unacquainted.

But even from this, one of its last places of refuge, was prelacy now about to be driven.

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