|Title:||The observator reproved more especially in relation to the controversie between that eminently pious, charitable, and worthy divine Mr. Smithye, curate of Cripplegate, and himself.|
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The observator reproved more especially in relation to the controversie between that eminently pious, charitable, and worthy divine Mr. Smithye, curate of Cripplegate, and himself.
[London: printed for the author, and published by Langley Curtis, 1684]
Signed at end: Philo Pater.
Imprint from colophon.
In response to L'Estrange, Sir Roger. The observator, a publication printed several times a week.
Reproduction of the original at the British Library.
L'Estrange, Roger, -- Sir, -- 1616-1704. -- Observator -- Early works to 1800.
THE OBSERVATOR REPROVED, More especially in Relation to the Controversie between that Emi∣nently Pious, Charitable, and Worthy Divine Mr. SMITHYE, Curate of Cripplegate, and himself.