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Author: Lanseter, John.
Title: Lanseter's lance, for Edwards'es gangrene: or, A ripping up, and laying open some rotten, putrified, corrupt, stinking matter in Mr. Thomas Edwards his Gangren, or book intituled, The second part of Gangrena.: Wherein, amongst others, he hath abused and belied Mr. John Lanceter, calling him pedler, and saying, that he opened the whole book of Ezra, at a privat meeting in stead of opening his pack, which is proved false, and other things also. So that in consideration of the particulars, judicious men may well conceive the cause of his Gangren to be his blind ignorance of the truth, and his mad malice against the wel-affected conscientious people. Published according to order.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Lanseter's lance, for Edwards'es gangrene: or, A ripping up, and laying open some rotten, putrified, corrupt, stinking matter in Mr. Thomas Edwards his Gangren, or book intituled, The second part of Gangrena.: Wherein, amongst others, he hath abused and belied Mr. John Lanceter, calling him pedler, and saying, that he opened the whole book of Ezra, at a privat meeting in stead of opening his pack, which is proved false, and other things also. So that in consideration of the particulars, judicious men may well conceive the cause of his Gangren to be his blind ignorance of the truth, and his mad malice against the wel-affected conscientious people. Published according to order.
Lanseter, John.

London: [s.n.], Printed in the yeare. 1646.
Subject terms:
Christian sects -- England
Great Britain -- Church history
Edwards, Thomas, -- 1599-1647. -- Gangræna.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88697.0001.001

Contents
title page
A little Crum for Mr. Cranford, the Licencer of Mr. Edwards'es Gangren.
Answer.
TO THE READER.
THE Introduction.
The substance of what was spoken by me (JOHN LANSETER) at a meeting of honest men in BURY, about the beginning of March last, 1646.
aside
Severall observations gathered from some observable expressions in Mr. Edwards book called, The second part of Gangrena.
Mr. Edwares in the 20 page.
Post-script.