The birth and burning of the image called S. Michael

Publication Date1681
RemainderContaining the substance of a narrative lately given into the vestry of All Saints Barkin London, by Mr. Edmond Sherman, late upper churchwarden, at laying down his office in Easter week, 1681. Fully reporting the truth of fact relating to the image indicted (at the Sessions at Old Baily) by the name of S. Michael. Together with a letter to Mr. Jonathan Saunders lecturer, which may serve for an answer to his two late pamphlets entituled, Apparitions, &c. introduced with two vestry orders, demonstrating not so good reason for its birth as burning. Set up anno 1659/60. Burnt anno 1680/81. Dedicated (singly) to the use of Mr. Jonathan Saunders, lecturer of All Saints Barkin parish, without any design to reflect on the clergie or Church of England. Published by a friend of the late churchwarden's to prevent false reports
Extent16 p.
Publisherprinted and are to be sold by Richard Janeway, in Queens Head Alley in Pater Noster Row


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