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Author: S. H.
Title: The arch-cheate, or the cheate of cheats:: or a notable discovery of some parts of the mystery of iniquitie, plainely shewing that this is the prelates warre, managed under the Kings name, only to advance the hierarchie above the temporality, yet leave them some externalls to deceive all sides, and all sorts, a choice peece of gullery trimely [sic] set out. ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The arch-cheate, or the cheate of cheats:: or a notable discovery of some parts of the mystery of iniquitie, plainely shewing that this is the prelates warre, managed under the Kings name, only to advance the hierarchie above the temporality, yet leave them some externalls to deceive all sides, and all sorts, a choice peece of gullery trimely [sic] set out. ...
S. H.

London: printed for M.W. at Grays-Inne Gate, October 4. 1644.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Church history
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86106.0001.001

Contents
title page
preface
The Arch Cheate, OR The Cheate of Cheates: OR A notable Discoverie of some parts of the My∣stery of Iniquity, plainely shewing, that this is the Prelates War, mannaged under the Kings name, only to advance the Hierarchy, above the Temporality, Yet leave them, some ex∣ternalls, to deceive all sides and all sorts, a choise peece of Gullery trimely set out.
A short Summary of the premisses for plain Capacities,