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Author: Vincent, Humfrey.
Title: The coblers sermon cryed downe, as a cruell cup-shot counterfeit, or, The summe of Mr. Humfrey Vincents sermon as it was preached and penned by his owne month and hand confuting the matter and confounding the authour of that base-blasphemous pamphlet called The coblers sermon, Mr. Vincent who hath been a preacher these five and twenty yeeres, preached these two sermons at Saint Georges Church in Southwarke in the yeere 1641, the one on Friday the 10, the other on the Lords day, the 12 of December in the morning.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The coblers sermon cryed downe, as a cruell cup-shot counterfeit, or, The summe of Mr. Humfrey Vincents sermon as it was preached and penned by his owne month and hand confuting the matter and confounding the authour of that base-blasphemous pamphlet called The coblers sermon, Mr. Vincent who hath been a preacher these five and twenty yeeres, preached these two sermons at Saint Georges Church in Southwarke in the yeere 1641, the one on Friday the 10, the other on the Lords day, the 12 of December in the morning.
Vincent, Humfrey.

London: Printed for George Higgins ..., 1641.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Reproduction of original in University of Illinois Library.
Subject terms:
Vincent, Humfrey. -- Cobler's end.
Coblers sermon.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Isaiah XXX, 33 -- Sermons.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64950.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the HONOURABLE House of COMMONS, now assembled in PARLIAMENT. And namely, To the right Worthy, and Wor∣shipfull Gentlemen, Mr. Humfrey Salloway, and Mr. Robert Goodwin; His Majesties Ju∣stices of the Peace: Two Mem∣bers of the said House.
preface
encomium
To all my Friends in St. GEORGE his Parish in Southwarke.
The Summe of Mr. HUMFRY VINCENTS Sermons, as they were preached and penned by his owne mouth and hand.
poem
THE SECOND SERMON.
poem
MR. Packington before the Iustices required me to pro∣duce the testimonie of some Ministers of my own Coun∣trey, I therefore am compelled to produce this, written by them, and subscribed every one with his owne hand.