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Author: Philo-katoptrono-klastes.
Title: Culmers crown crackt with his own looking-glass, or, The Cocks-combs looking-glasse broken about his ears and a counter-mirror held forth to all good people, for their undeceiving in the pretended sufferings of that pseudo-martyr, and grand imposter of this age, Blew Dick of Thanet : reflecting from certain pertinent observations upon an impertinent, false and frivolous Apology of his ascribed to his more ingenuous son, but scribled by his most ignominious self : wherein especially all the world may see the ugly face of that prodigious monster ...
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Culmers crown crackt with his own looking-glass, or, The Cocks-combs looking-glasse broken about his ears and a counter-mirror held forth to all good people, for their undeceiving in the pretended sufferings of that pseudo-martyr, and grand imposter of this age, Blew Dick of Thanet : reflecting from certain pertinent observations upon an impertinent, false and frivolous Apology of his ascribed to his more ingenuous son, but scribled by his most ignominious self : wherein especially all the world may see the ugly face of that prodigious monster ...
Philo-katoptrono-klastes.

[London]: Printed at London, 1657.
Notes:
Imprint from colophon.
"No knave to the pretended religious knave."
Signed at end: Philo-katoptrono-klastes.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Culmer, Richard, -- d. 1662.
Eccentrics and eccentricities.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A35356.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
DICK CULMERS Life DISCOVERED (Chiefly) by his own LOOKING-GLASSE.
Summa approbationis.
colophon