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Author: Philanar and Misostratus.
Title: Hipp-anthropos: or, an ironicall expostulation with death and fate, for the losse of the late Lord Mayor of London;: who on Friday October 27. 1648. expired together with his office; and both he and his bay-horse di'd o'th' sullens. VVhereunto is annexed an epitaph both on Mayor and horse. Also a dialogicall brief discourse held octob. 29 between Col. Rainsborough and Charon, at their meeting. Composed by Philanar and Misostratus, two London-apprenticces' once in-counter'd last yeer for their loyalty.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Hipp-anthropos: or, an ironicall expostulation with death and fate, for the losse of the late Lord Mayor of London;: who on Friday October 27. 1648. expired together with his office; and both he and his bay-horse di'd o'th' sullens. VVhereunto is annexed an epitaph both on Mayor and horse. Also a dialogicall brief discourse held octob. 29 between Col. Rainsborough and Charon, at their meeting. Composed by Philanar and Misostratus, two London-apprenticces' once in-counter'd last yeer for their loyalty.
Philanar and Misostratus.

[London]: [s.n.], Printed, Anno exulantis Monarchiæ 8. Anno Domini 1648.
Alternate titles: Hipp-anthropos
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
London (England) -- Politics and government
Rainborow, Thomas, -- d. 1648.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86371.0001.001

Contents
title page
ΙΠΠ-ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΣ: OR, An Ironicall Expostulation with Death and Fate, for the losse of the late Lord Mayor of London.
An Epitaph on the Mayor, &c.
An Epitaph on my Lord Mayors Horse.
A Dialogicall brief Discourse be∣tween Rainsborough and Charon, at their meeting, Octob. 29. 1648.
Epitaph.