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Author: Howet, Enoch.
Title: The beast that was, & is not, & yet is, looked upon: or, The bo-peeping beast pointed at: or, He that hideth himself hunted because of whom truth complaineth, and is spoken to by Pope and Prelate, by Presbyter, by Independent, by Quaker, by Baptist: together with her several answers to them all. Also one description of the beast. Also the coming forth and progress of the beast hitherto. Also an epistle to magistrates and law-givers, likewise, to take off prejudice if any be. Two epistles, one to the reader, and another to the Christian reader. VVith a true reproof to W.S. a Quaker, who in his book called The lying spirit in the mouth of the false prophet, wherein he endeavours to make men believe that he had answered H.H. his book, called The doctrine of the light within the natural man leading to eternal life, examined by Scripture-light.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The beast that was, & is not, & yet is, looked upon: or, The bo-peeping beast pointed at: or, He that hideth himself hunted because of whom truth complaineth, and is spoken to by Pope and Prelate, by Presbyter, by Independent, by Quaker, by Baptist: together with her several answers to them all. Also one description of the beast. Also the coming forth and progress of the beast hitherto. Also an epistle to magistrates and law-givers, likewise, to take off prejudice if any be. Two epistles, one to the reader, and another to the Christian reader. VVith a true reproof to W.S. a Quaker, who in his book called The lying spirit in the mouth of the false prophet, wherein he endeavours to make men believe that he had answered H.H. his book, called The doctrine of the light within the natural man leading to eternal life, examined by Scripture-light.
Howet, Enoch.

London: printed for Daniel White, at the seven Stars in Paul's Church-Yard, 1659.
Alternate titles: Beast that was, & is not, & yet is, looked upon Bo-peeping beast pointed at. He that hideth himself hunted.
Notes:
Signed at end: H.H. i.e. Enoch Howet.
With a final errata leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
W. S. -- Lying spirit in the mouth of the false prophet -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44783.0001.001

Contents
title page
Truth speaketh.
Now followeth the speech that may be aptly spoken by Pope or Prelate.
Truth speaketh.
Now followeth the speech that may be aptly spokenly sme of that Presbitery, that is the Prelates Daughter.
Truth speaketh.
Prsbyter may thus Reply.
Now followeth the speech which some Independnts, Grand∣child to Pope and Prelate, and daughter to Presbyter, may aptly speak.
Truth speaketh.
A Speech that may be aptly spoken by these Quakers who hold forth a stupifying Spirit, denying plain Truth, and right Reason, under the Notion of a higher Mystery and Spirit then plain Scripture and right Reason will admit of; which plain Scripture they call Letter, and right Rea∣son they call Flesh, in contempt; notwithstanding that the Spirit of God is promised to be poured into him that turneth at Gods Reproof, Prov. 1.23. which Reproof convinceth Reason, or else man could not return: into Reason, among the rest of the Souls Members, the Spirit was poured, and is wrought upon to order Mans Affairs by Judgement, and doth receive wise Counsels, when the man of Understanding attaineth to them, Prov. 1.5.
Truth speaketh.
Baptist speaketh.
Truth speaketh.
conclusion
THE DESCRIPTION OF THE BEAST.
The coming forth, and Progress of the Beast hitherto.
To all Law-givers and Magistrates.
To the Christian Reader.
To the Reader.
A true Reproof of W. S.
ERRATA.