Alleine, Joseph. The Act of Conformity & The Alarm to the Unconverted. Mobile, AL: R. E. Publications, 1984. 
Blue cloth, 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches, 9xxviii.), 47, 9vii.), 111 clean pp. Former library book, spine label neatly removed, card pocket & several labels on front end papers, ink name stamp on tp. Very good. Hardcover.
This publication includes the facsimile plates and a typeset copy of the unpublished manuscript of Alleine entitled A Briefe Examination of ye new Oath, written sometime after the passing of the Act of Conformity in 1662. It reveals the Puritan view of why such an oath could not be sworn in good conscience. After this is a reprint, newly typeset, of Alleine's Alarm to the Unconverted.
Joseph Alleine (1633-1688), a Puritan minister and graduate of Oxford. He was ejected in 1662 for nonconformity. “A man of great learning and greater charity; though a Nonconformist, he preserved a great respect for the Church. His writings breathe a true spirit of piety.” – Darling.