|Title:||The lasher proved liar, or, The beadles lash laid open in a short reply to a slight pamphlet ushered into the world with the scurrilous title of A lash for a lyar, discovering the vanity of William Jennison, with his ungodly abuse of Thomas Tillam, minister of Christs Gospell.|
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The lasher proved liar, or, The beadles lash laid open in a short reply to a slight pamphlet ushered into the world with the scurrilous title of A lash for a lyar, discovering the vanity of William Jennison, with his ungodly abuse of Thomas Tillam, minister of Christs Gospell.
[London: s.n., 1658?]
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Jennison, William, -- 17th cent. -- A lash for a lyar.
THE LASHER proved LIAR. OR, The Beadles LASH laid open.
1. A touch of his common Slanders.
The Beadles speciall ABƲSES.
His manifest Contradictions,
His Gross Absurdities.
His notorious Falshood.
The Stress of the Controversie.
The further INFORMATION of Francis∣co de Faria upon Oath before me Edmund Warcupp Esq one of his Majesties Justices of the Peace in the said County and City, this Day of December, 1680.
The following INFORMATION was delivered in the Spanish Language, fairly written by Mr. John Faria my Father, to his Majesty and the Lords, Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament Assembled, who were pleased to Command Mr. William Blathwaite to Translate the same into Eng∣lish, which was done, and the same Sworn un∣to in the Lords House, his Majesty present, upon the 19th. Day of Nov. 1680.
Translated out of Portuguese.
The following INFORMATION being Sworn unto at the same time, and the Matter therein contained relating to part of my Information in Page 29, I have with leave Inserted it at the End of this my Information. Decem∣ber 15th. 1680.
Sworn by Order of the Lords Committees for Examinations &c. the 10th. of December 1680, before me.