A sectary dissected or, The anatomie of an independent flie, still buzzing about city and country :
in a sudden, but not rash, censure, of a scurrilous petition, intended to be obtruded upon the Parliament by our sectaries.
|Related Names:||Kirton, Joshua.|
London : Printed by T.W. for Ios. Kirton, 1647.
Early works to 1800.
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Includes the text of the petition, under its subtitle: To the Right Honourable, and Supreme Authority of this Nation, the commons in Parliament assembled.
1 preliminary leaf, 34 pages ;
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