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The hue and cry after the priests : who wander from benefice to benefice, directed to those who are neer neighbours to the great parsonages, where (if it be possible) they are to be found. It being an ansvver to the Ministers hue and cry ; published by a devout clergy-man ; R. Culmer. The dialogue explained, the priests dresse pulled off, the speakers, who in the parsons attireing-house were cloathed in a disguise ; Mr. Culmers speakers. Paul Sheepheard. Barnaby Sheafe. ... Alias, Paul Sheep-biter ; Barnaby Shift ; ... hoping the hours approach wherein he shall no longer tythe. The imprimatur saith, let this hue and cry passe, follow it hast ; post hast. Let it passe the parochiall, provinciall, classicall combination ; but for all your haste, we must examine its warrant, least it be a false pretence, and not sealed with the royall signet of King Jesus. Published by the weakest and unworthiest of the labourers in Gods vine-yard. Charles Nichols. Preview this item
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The hue and cry after the priests : who wander from benefice to benefice, directed to those who are neer neighbours to the great parsonages, where (if it be possible) they are to be found. It being an ansvver to the Ministers hue and cry ; published by a devout clergy-man ; R. Culmer. The dialogue explained, the priests dresse pulled off, the speakers, who in the parsons attireing-house were cloathed in a disguise ; Mr. Culmers speakers. Paul Sheepheard. Barnaby Sheafe. ... Alias, Paul Sheep-biter ; Barnaby Shift ; ... hoping the hours approach wherein he shall no longer tythe. The imprimatur saith, let this hue and cry passe, follow it hast ; post hast. Let it passe the parochiall, provinciall, classicall combination ; but for all your haste, we must examine its warrant, least it be a false pretence, and not sealed with the royall signet of King Jesus. Published by the weakest and unworthiest of the labourers in Gods vine-yard. Charles Nichols.

Author: Charles Nichols
Publisher: London : Printed for Livewell Chapman, and are to be sold at his shop at the Crowne in Popes-Head-Alley, 1651.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Richard Culmer
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Nichols
OCLC Number: 606886878
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 18 pages)
Other Titles: Rambling hue and cry coming lately to my hand, with this superscription next the imprimatur

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