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Author: J. C.
Title: The araignment of hypocrisie: or, a looking-glasse for murderers and adulterers; and all others that profes religion, and make show of holiness, yet deny the power and practice thereof in their lives and conversations. Being a fearfull example of Gods judgements on Mr. Barker, minister of Gods word at Pytchley two miles from Ketterin in Northhamptonshire; who for living in adultery with his neer kinswoman, and concealing the murder of her infant; was with his kinswoman and maid-servant executed at Northampton. With the strange manner of the discovery of that horrid murder; and their several speeches immediately before their deaths.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The araignment of hypocrisie: or, a looking-glasse for murderers and adulterers; and all others that profes religion, and make show of holiness, yet deny the power and practice thereof in their lives and conversations. Being a fearfull example of Gods judgements on Mr. Barker, minister of Gods word at Pytchley two miles from Ketterin in Northhamptonshire; who for living in adultery with his neer kinswoman, and concealing the murder of her infant; was with his kinswoman and maid-servant executed at Northampton. With the strange manner of the discovery of that horrid murder; and their several speeches immediately before their deaths.
J. C.

Printed at London: by John Crowch and T.W., 1652.
Subject terms:
Hypocrisy -- Religious aspects
Adultery
Murder
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A80117.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
THE Arraignment of Hypocrisie. Mr. Barker's SPEECH.
The 2 young Womens Speeches that suffered with him, consisted of these Three Heads.