|Author:||Teate, Faithful, b. 1621.|
|Title:||The uncharitable informer charitably informed, that sycophancy is a sin, pernicious to all, but most of all to himself.: By Faithfull Teate, minister of the Gospel of peace and truth.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The uncharitable informer charitably informed, that sycophancy is a sin, pernicious to all, but most of all to himself.: By Faithfull Teate, minister of the Gospel of peace and truth.
Teate, Faithful, b. 1621.
Dublin: Printed by William Bladen, by order, anno Dom. 1660.
TO THE Principal OFFICERS of the English Army Within these Three Nations.
To the INFORMER.
A PREFACE Concerning Giving and Recieving of Informations.
CHAP. I. The INFORMERS Pedigree.
CHAP. II. The INFORMERS Trade.
CHAP. III. The INFORMERS Religion.
CHAP. III. The INFORMERS Arraignment.
CHAP. V. The INFORMERS Punishment.
A POSTSCRIPT. To the Innocent under the tongue-last of the Malevolent.