A pleasant purge, for a Roman Catholike, to evacuate his evill humours

Publication Date1642
RemainderConsisting of a century of polemicall epigrams; wherein divers grosse errors, and corruptions of the Church of Rome are discovered, censured, refuted, in a facetious, yet serious manner. By William Prynne, an vtter-barrester of Lincolnes-Inne; who composed these poems, to solace himselfe, in his late tedious imprisonments
Extent[14], 184 p.
LocationPrinted at London
Publisherby R[ichard]. C[otes]. for Michael Sparke Senior, dwelling at the blue Bible in Greene Arbour


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