|Author:||Pagitt, Ephraim, 1574 or 5-1647.|
|Title:||A brief collection out of Master Pagitts book called Heresiography or, A discription of the hereticks and sectaries of these latter times|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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A brief collection out of Master Pagitts book called Heresiography or, A discription of the hereticks and sectaries of these latter times
Pagitt, Ephraim, 1574 or 5-1647.
Printed at London: and are to be sold by William Lee ..., 1646.
|Alternate titles:||Heresiography. Selections|
"If the reader desire to reade of these sectaries more at large, the page of Mr. Pagitts booke is set downe at the end of every title."
Title page includes a table listing the sects covered, with references to page numbers in Pagitt: "1, Jesuits, pag. 141, 2, Socinians, p. 132 ... ."
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Dissenters, Religious -- Early works to 1800.
A relation of Heresies, describing the Original Ring-leaders of the same, & the time when they first bgan to spread, with a discovery of those described in our times, and first of the
Libertines that would abolish the Law.
Antiscripturians of old mentioned by a judicious Divine.
Expectants and Seekers.
Errours touching free Grace held by Antinomians.
New Errors tending to Libertinisme.
The heads of an Ordinance, presen∣ted to the Honorable House of Commons, by Mr. Bacon, a Lawyer in Suffolk, and Master Taet, both of them Members of the same House, and by their means was twice read, and refer∣red to a Committee. For the pre∣venting of the growing and spread∣ing of Heresies.