The Resolution of the Round-heads to pull downe Cheap-side Crosse

being a zealous declaration of the grievances wherewith their little wits are consumed to destruction, and what things they in their wisdome (yet left them) conceive fit to bee reformed : also The Answer to the Rattle-heads concerning their fictionate revolutions of the Round-heads : wherein is explained every particular therein contained against them ..

Publisher: Printed for F.C. and T.B. in London

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Roundheads,
  • Cheapside Cross (London, England) -- History -- 17th century,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, 1625-1649
  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAnswer to the Rattle-heads concerning their fictionate revolutions of the Round-heads
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1408:49
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3 [i.e. 4], [3] p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15037455M

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The Resolution of the Round-heads to pull downe Cheap-side Crosse: being a zealous declaration of the grievances wherewith their little wits are consumed to destruction, and what things they in their wisdome (yet left them) conceive fit to bee reformed: also The Answer to the Rattle-heads concerning their fictionate revolutions of the Round-heads: wherein is explained every particular.

English, Book, Illustrated edition: The resolution of the Round-heads, to pull downe Cheap-side Crosse Being a zealous declaration of the grievances wherewith their little wits are consumed to destruction. And what things they in their wisdome. The resolution of the Round-heads, to pull downe Cheap-side Crosse.

Being a zealous declaration of the grievances wherewith their little wits are consumed to destruction. And what things they in their wisdome (yet left them) conceive fit to bee reformed. Also the answer to the rattle-heads, concerning their fictionate resolutions of the Round. The Devil turn'd Round-head, or, Plvto become a Brownist being a just comparison how the Devil is become a round-head: in what manner and how zealously (like them) he is affected with the moving of the Spirit: with the holy sisters desire of copulation (if he would seem holy, sincere, and pure) were it with the Devill himself: as also the Amsterdammian definition of a Familist.

In there also appeared The resolution of the Round-heads to pull down Cheap-side Crosse, which is sometimes attributed to Taylor (the reference to tub-preachers in it makes this plausible). This too was printed for F.C.

and T.B. and is a satirical address by a roundhead, mostly covering their various hypocrisies, but ending with the. And then real life intervened, and I ground to a halt, and the book has sat unfinished on my hard drive for two years. My resolution this year is to start writing it again.

To help me stick to that resolution, I am going to try blogging about my progress. Every week from now on, I will aim to post an update about how I. the library of anthony wood - Oxford Bibliographical Society download Report Comments.

Full text of "Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and Progress of the " See other formats. Full text of "Third and final series of bibliographical collections and notes on early English literature, " See other formats. The Downe-fall of Dagon, or the taking downe of Cheap-side Cross (), detail from title-page (British Library, E.

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