Necessary caution, against seemingly pious professors, but really impious oppressors: exemplified in the ensuing narrative: together with the appeal of William Comyn, late of Tathwell in the county of Lincoln, Gent

Publication Date1676
RemainderPrincipally and finally to the judge of all men, who shal judge the world in righteousness in his appointed time; and in the interim, to all impartial and sincere Christians, whether there by any agreement or consistence with the profession of religion, honesty, or the true fear of God, and the manifest fruits and dealings of George VVilmer of Stratford-Rowe in the county of Middlesex Esq; and Rebecca his wife; against the said William Comyn and Margaret his wife, the said George Wilmer's own sister, and their family. ... This, after its having been long under the author's serious consideration, &c. is now published sincerely and truly for the causes and motives, in the preface, here next following, shewed
Extent[8], 56 p.
LocationPrinted at London
Publisherand are to be had of Will. Hope in the north gate of the Royal Exchange London, Will. Henchman in Westminster-Hall, Sam. Williams in the city of Lincoln, booksellers; E. Browne mercer at Louth in Lincolnshire; Jo. Mallony at Boston in Lincolnshire, W. Thorpe in the city of York, John Goodrick in Hull, George Colston at Newark; booksellers


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