|Author:||Mar-Prelat, Martin, Doctor in all the faculties.|
|Title:||The character of a puritan;: and his gallimaufrey of the antichristian clergie; prepared with D. Bridges sawce for the present time to feed on. By the worthy gentleman, D. Martin Mar-Prelat, Doctor in all the faculties, Primate and Metropolitan.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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The character of a puritan;: and his gallimaufrey of the antichristian clergie; prepared with D. Bridges sawce for the present time to feed on. By the worthy gentleman, D. Martin Mar-Prelat, Doctor in all the faculties, Primate and Metropolitan.
Mar-Prelat, Martin, Doctor in all the faculties.
[London]: Printed in the time of Parliament, 1643.
Characters and characteristics
Puritans -- England
Bridges, John, -- d. 1618
THE PREFACE. BEING A PRAYER,
A DIALOGVE, WHEREIN IS PLAINLY LAYD OPEN THE TYRANNICALL DEALING OF LORD BISHOPS, against Gods Children.
HERE FOLLOWS THE DESCRIPTION OF A PVRITAN, (AS THEY ARE NOVV termed) by profane Papists and Atheists, &c.