|Title:||New news from Bedlam, or, More work for Towzer and his brother Ravanscroft alias hocus pocus whipt and script, or, A ra-ree new fashion cupping glass most humbly represented to the observator : wherein the various shapes ... / by Theophilus Rationalis ...|
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New news from Bedlam, or, More work for Towzer and his brother Ravanscroft alias hocus pocus whipt and script, or, A ra-ree new fashion cupping glass most humbly represented to the observator : wherein the various shapes ... / by Theophilus Rationalis ...
London: Printed for the author, and published by Langley Curtis ..., 1682.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1660-1688.
A Loyal Protestant Address: OR The Epistle Dedicatory.
An EPISTLE TO THE TORIES.
To the True Loyal Protestant Whigs, upon his purusal of his Worthy Friends, Hocus Pocus, or the Ob∣servator's New-Fashion Cupping-Glass.
The Masters Advice to a French Painter, to Draw several Scenes to present to the Scholars at the Break∣ing up of their Grammar School.
The Prologue spoken by Mr. Tho. Tell-Truth, as Captain of the School, being cloathed in Vermillion Sattin, and a white Plume of Feathers in his Hat; and Addressing himself first to the Gentlemen and Ladies, and after∣wards to the Scholars (who were also cloathed in their proper Formalities) he began as followeth.
The Names of the Scholastick Acade∣mians in the ensuing Catalogue.
Dialogus Primus Serious & Comical.
Dialogus Secundus, Serious, Comical, and Satyrical.
Dialogus Tertius, serious and tragical.
Hocus Catholicus Romanus.
Pocus Catholicus Romanus.
To Hocus Catholicus Romanos and his Brother Po∣cus, at Jesus Golledg, these with Care and speed, d. d.
The Asses Complaint against Balaam, or, The Cry of the Country against Ignorant and Scandalous Ministers.
DIALOGƲS QƲARTƲS: Serious and Theological.
The Epilogue spoken by Mr. Tho. Tell∣truth the first Proloquutor.