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Author: Young, Samuel, fl. 1697.
Title: A New-Years-gift for the Antinomians particularly Mr. Malebranch Crisp, or, as he foolishly, and yet often (but truly stiles himself the unworthy branch of Dr. Crisp who hath wickedly attempted to underprop a rotten cause of his father, by notorious forgeries, concerning Mr. Baxter, Mr. How, and Dr. Bates, as justifiers of Dr. Crisp as an orthodox man, and no Antinomian: in a rhapsody, intituled, Christ exalted, and Dr. Crisp defended; against the reverend Mr. Alsop, with whom he rudely, and ignorantly plays under the name of his dear Kratiste. By Calvin Anti-Crispian.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A New-Years-gift for the Antinomians particularly Mr. Malebranch Crisp, or, as he foolishly, and yet often (but truly stiles himself the unworthy branch of Dr. Crisp who hath wickedly attempted to underprop a rotten cause of his father, by notorious forgeries, concerning Mr. Baxter, Mr. How, and Dr. Bates, as justifiers of Dr. Crisp as an orthodox man, and no Antinomian: in a rhapsody, intituled, Christ exalted, and Dr. Crisp defended; against the reverend Mr. Alsop, with whom he rudely, and ignorantly plays under the name of his dear Kratiste. By Calvin Anti-Crispian.
Young, Samuel, fl. 1697., C. A.

London: printed for John Marshal, at the Bible in Grace-Church-street, near Cornhil, 1699.
Alternate titles: Caption title on p. 3:New-Years-gift for the Antinomians: particularly Kakiste Crisp. By way of dialogue between Antinomista and Evangelista Caption title on p. 43:Ad reverendos, & fandi dulcissimos, D. Singleton, Dom. Mead, Dom. Gouge, Dom. R. Taylor, & quosdam alios, vulgo vocatos, Independentes
Notes:
Calvin Anti-Crispian = Samuel Young.
"Ad reverendos, & fandi dulcissimos, D. Singleton, Dom. Mead, Dom. Gouge, Dom. R. Taylor, & quosdam alios, vulgo vocatos, Independentes" is signed: C.A.
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Stained; some print faded.
Reproduction of the original in Dr. Williams' Library, London.
Subject terms:
Crisp, Tobias, -- 1600-1643 -- Early works to 1800.
Antinomianism -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A67842.0001.001

Contents
title page
A New-Years-Gift FOR THE Antinomians: PARTICULARLY KAKISTE CRISP.
To the Sober, Pious Antinomians: Who disown the more Gross, and Damnable Doctrines before censur'd.
Ad Reverendos, & fandi dulcissimos, D. Single∣ton, Dom. Mead, Dom. Gouge, Dom. R. Taylor, & quosdam alios, vulgo vocatos, Independentes.
Books Publish'd by the Author, and Sold by John Marshal.