Persecutio undecima

Publication Date1682
Remainderthe Churches eleventh persecution. Or, A briefe of the Puritan persecution of the Protestant clergy of the Church of England. More particularly within the city of London begun in Parliament, ann. Dom. 1641. Printed in the year, 1648. And now reprinted 1682. For Capt. Charles Hammond, one that faithfully served His Majesty, and Royal Father, of ever blessed memory, in all the wars in England, and still a sufferer by those times; a true son of the church, and one of the sons of the clergy. Presented to all loyal subjects, especially to the clergy and sons of the clergy. Being a necessary looking-glass, very fit for these times, and may be a warning-piece for the seed of dissenters, when they behold the cruel uncharitable dealings their fore-fathers used, to destroy the true Protestant clergy
Extent[4], 66, 69-70 p. ;4?
PublisherPrinted by H. Brugis, and are to be had at his house in Green Arbor, Little Old Baily. Or, Mr. Hammonds at the Sarazens Head in the Strand, near Charing Cross. Where the original is to be seen, if desired

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