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Author: Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692.
Title: The Anabaptists lying wonder, &c., returned upon themselves to be tedious or prolix in observation of the ways and methods the Anabaptists have trodden in or observed to bring out their pretended prodigy, might be as erksom to the reader as 'twould be inconvenient to pretermit and not at all to take notice of them ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Anabaptists lying wonder, &c., returned upon themselves to be tedious or prolix in observation of the ways and methods the Anabaptists have trodden in or observed to bring out their pretended prodigy, might be as erksom to the reader as 'twould be inconvenient to pretermit and not at all to take notice of them ...
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692.

[London?: s.n., 1672]
Notes:
Caption title.
Signed at end: T.R. [i.e. Thomas Rudyard]
Imprint suggested by Wing.
"A postscript writ by John Whitehead, who hath for many years laboured in the Gospel in the county of Lincoln"--p. 11.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
James, Ralph, -- 17th cent. -- A true impartial narrative of the eminent hand of God that befell a Quaker ...
Anabaptists -- England -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A57814.0001.001

Contents
The Anabaptists LYING WONDER, &c. Returned upon Themselves
A Postscript writ by John Whitehead, who hath for many Years Laboured in the Gospel in the County of Lincoln.