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Author: Parinter, Mark.
Title: Nevves from Avernus.: Being certaine propositions and promises made by Don Belzebub (alias Pluto) emperor of Gebynon, king of Sheol, Tophet and Avernus, prince of Phlegiton, Styx, and Acheron, duke of Aetna, Stumbille, and Mongebelle, &c. To his sable courtiers, inviting (and exciting them) by ample rewards to the propagation (and increase of his diabolicall empire. Taken notice of by Mark Parinter.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Nevves from Avernus.: Being certaine propositions and promises made by Don Belzebub (alias Pluto) emperor of Gebynon, king of Sheol, Tophet and Avernus, prince of Phlegiton, Styx, and Acheron, duke of Aetna, Stumbille, and Mongebelle, &c. To his sable courtiers, inviting (and exciting them) by ample rewards to the propagation (and increase of his diabolicall empire. Taken notice of by Mark Parinter.
Parinter, Mark.

London: Printed by John Hammond, 1642.
Subject terms:
Devil -- Humor
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91047.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
An Exordium (or premonitory) Epistle to the Prudent Christian.
The Argument of the ensuing TREATISE.
Newes from Avernus.
The Proscript.