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Author: T. S.
Title: The Arminian haltered, vvho halting betweene two religions, the Protestants and the papists, fell headlong into dispair. Or the wicked life and tragicall death of John Hobson Bachelor in Divinity, and late prebend of Ely.: Being one of the greatest Arminians in this kingdome, who miserablely hanged himselfe, the twelfth of Iuly at Lyn in the county of Norfolke 1641. With a coppie of verses which he writ a little before his death. Also a postscript to advertize all true Christians to embrace the truth of the Gospell. Written by T. S.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Arminian haltered, vvho halting betweene two religions, the Protestants and the papists, fell headlong into dispair. Or the wicked life and tragicall death of John Hobson Bachelor in Divinity, and late prebend of Ely.: Being one of the greatest Arminians in this kingdome, who miserablely hanged himselfe, the twelfth of Iuly at Lyn in the county of Norfolke 1641. With a coppie of verses which he writ a little before his death. Also a postscript to advertize all true Christians to embrace the truth of the Gospell. Written by T. S.
T. S.

[London: s.n.], Printed Anno Domini 1641.
Subject terms:
Arminianism
Hobson, John, -- d. 1641.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92648.0001.001

Contents
title page
The life and death of Iohn Hob∣son Bachelor in Divinity who miserablely hanged himselfe July the twelfth neere Lyn in NORFOLKS.
The Verses he writ before his death.
A Postscript.