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Author: Speed, Thomas, b. 1622 or 3.
Title: The guilty-covered clergy-man unvailed;: in a plain and candid reply unto two bundles of wrath and confusion, wrapt up in one and twenty sheets of paper. The one written by Christopher Fowler and Simon Ford of Reading; the other by William Thomas of Ubley in Somersetshire. Wherein all their malicious slanders and false accusations, which they cast upon the truth, are clean wash'd off; their weapons with which they war against the Lamb, broken over their own heads; and they, with the rest of the tyth-exacting teachers, proved to be the great incendaries, and mis-leaders of these nations. In which also there is made a brief and sober application, to the magistrates, and other inhabitants, within the city of Bristol. / By Thomas Speed, a friend to all that tremble at the Word of the Lord; but an irreconcileable enemy to the mysterious deceit, and monstrous hypocrisie of those that do teach for hire, and divine for money.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The guilty-covered clergy-man unvailed;: in a plain and candid reply unto two bundles of wrath and confusion, wrapt up in one and twenty sheets of paper. The one written by Christopher Fowler and Simon Ford of Reading; the other by William Thomas of Ubley in Somersetshire. Wherein all their malicious slanders and false accusations, which they cast upon the truth, are clean wash'd off; their weapons with which they war against the Lamb, broken over their own heads; and they, with the rest of the tyth-exacting teachers, proved to be the great incendaries, and mis-leaders of these nations. In which also there is made a brief and sober application, to the magistrates, and other inhabitants, within the city of Bristol. / By Thomas Speed, a friend to all that tremble at the Word of the Lord; but an irreconcileable enemy to the mysterious deceit, and monstrous hypocrisie of those that do teach for hire, and divine for money.
Speed, Thomas, b. 1622 or 3.

London: Printed for Giles Calvert at the black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls, 1657.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends
Fowler, Christopher, -- 1610?-1678. -- Sober answer to an angry epistle
Ford, Simon, -- 1619?-1699
Thomas, William, -- 1593-1667. -- Rayling rebuked
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93646.0001.001

Contents
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To the Parliament of England now assembled at Westminster.
To the honest Reader.
THE Guilty-covered Clergy-man Ʋnvail'd, In a Reply to two Pamphlets, The One, Written by Christopher Fowler, and Simon Ford of Redding. The Other, By William Thomas of Ubley in Somersetshire.
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The Priests Doctrines,
A TESTIMONY FOR TRUTH, AND A Caution to all that profess it.