Saltmarsh, John, -1647. : The nevv quere, and determination upon it, by Mr. Saltmarsh lately published, to retard the establishment of the Presbyteriall government, examined : and shewed to be unseasonable, unsound, and opposite to the principles of true religion, and state. Whereunto is annexed a censure of what he hath produced to the same purpose, in his other, and later booke, which he calleth The opening of Master Prinnes Vindication. And an apologeticall narrative of the late petition of the Common Councell and ministers of London to the Honourable Houses of Parliament, with a justification of them from the calumny of the weekly pamphleters. / By John Ley, one of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. : Tom Nash his ghost: or The currying of crop-eare. : The pruining of Prinnes prurient parricidicall pamphlets wherein he stretch'd the soveraigne prower of Parliaments and his new found way of opening the Great Seal; by a short, brief, concise, compendious, contracted survey, & animadversions of some of his falsities, fooleries, absurdities, & nonsence blaspheamies, treasons, seditious incitations, provocations, and precontrivements, in mustering, arraying, rallying, training, and leading forth into publique so many ensignes of examples of old reviv'd rebels or new devised chimeraes. With a strange prophesie reported by some authors to be Merlins some say it was Nimpshags & some the Witch of Endor.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. -- Early works to 1800. : Crop-eare curried, or, Tom Nash his ghost : declaring the pruining of Prinnes two last parricidicall pamphlets, being 92 sheets in quarto, wherein the one of them he stretch'd the soveraigne power of Parliaments; in the other, his new-found way of opening the counterfeit Great Seale. Wherein by a short survey and ani-mad-versions of some of his falsities, fooleries, non-sense, blasphemies, forreigne and domesticke, uncivill, civill treasons, seditions, incitations, and precontrivements, in mustering, rallying, training and leading forth into publique so many ensignes of examples of old reviv'd rebells, or new devised chimeraes. With a strange prophecy, reported to be Merlins, or Nimshag's the Gymnosophist, and (by some authours) it is said to be the famous witch of Endor's. Runton, pollimunton plumpizminoi papperphandico. / By John Taylor.