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Author: Timotheus Philo-Bookerus.
Title: Mercurius vapulans, or, Naworth stript and vvhipt.: In answer to a most base and scandalous pamphlet, called Mercurio Cœlico-Mastix, or an anti-caveat, &c. Sent abroad from Oxford, under the name of G. Naworth. In opposition to Mercurius Cœlicus, or a caveat to all the people of the kingdom; lately penned by Mr. John Booker. By Timotheus Philo-Bookerus.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mercurius vapulans, or, Naworth stript and vvhipt.: In answer to a most base and scandalous pamphlet, called Mercurio Cœlico-Mastix, or an anti-caveat, &c. Sent abroad from Oxford, under the name of G. Naworth. In opposition to Mercurius Cœlicus, or a caveat to all the people of the kingdom; lately penned by Mr. John Booker. By Timotheus Philo-Bookerus.
Timotheus Philo-Bookerus.

[London]: Printed according to Order for I. F., March 4. 1644.
Subject terms:
Wharton, George, -- Sir, -- 1617-1681. -- Mercurio-cœlico mastix
Booker, John, -- 1603-1667. -- Mercurius cœlicus
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89079.0001.001

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NAWORTH Stript and whipt.