|Author:||Ley, John, 1583-1662.|
|Title:||An after-reckoning with Mr Saltmarsh: or, An appeal to the impartiall and consciencious reader, and lover of truth and sincerity, against his last paper, called An end of one controversy, or an answer or letter to M. Leys large last book.: Written by L.M. a student in divinity.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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An after-reckoning with Mr Saltmarsh: or, An appeal to the impartiall and consciencious reader, and lover of truth and sincerity, against his last paper, called An end of one controversy, or an answer or letter to M. Leys large last book.: Written by L.M. a student in divinity.
Ley, John, 1583-1662.
London: Printed for Christopher Meredith, at the signe of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1646.
Great Britain -- Church history
Saltmarsh, John, -- d. 1647. -- End of one controversie
Ley, John, -- 1583-1662. -- Light for smoke
To the indifferent Reader.
Errata sic corrigenda.
The Contents of this After-reckoning.
M. S. his causelesse and unchristian reproach of M. Ley, taken (without oc∣casion given) out of C. D. his Defence of M. L. printed with his Book of Light for Smoke, brought in in this manner.
A Review of the Testimony of Sal∣masius, cited by Mr Saltm. the second time, with much ignorance, or little conscience, touching the form of Baptisme, and the Right of Presbytery.
A brief Animadversion upon the mad Pamphle∣ter, composer of the Persume &c. who out of two letters C. D. by a rare spel of Daemonology hath raysed Cerberus Diabolus, yet withall, to give the devil his due, A word of Apology for him against the posted reproach put upon him by Iohn Saltmarsh, and Giles Calvert.