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Author: Walker, Henry, Ironmonger.
Title: An answer to a foolish pamphlet entituled A swarme of sectaries & schismaticks.: Put forth by John Taylor the water-poet. Wherein is set downe 1. An epistle to John Taylor. 2. Iohn Taylors armes, blazed by Fennor. 3. George Hattons lines sent to Iohn Taylor. 4. The view of his long silence. 5. The view of his writing this booke. 6. A view of the title. 7. A view of Iohn Taylor in the tub. 8. A view of his Puritans. 9. A view of his hypocrisie. 10. An exhortation to Iohn Taylor to repent.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An answer to a foolish pamphlet entituled A swarme of sectaries & schismaticks.: Put forth by John Taylor the water-poet. Wherein is set downe 1. An epistle to John Taylor. 2. Iohn Taylors armes, blazed by Fennor. 3. George Hattons lines sent to Iohn Taylor. 4. The view of his long silence. 5. The view of his writing this booke. 6. A view of the title. 7. A view of Iohn Taylor in the tub. 8. A view of his Puritans. 9. A view of his hypocrisie. 10. An exhortation to Iohn Taylor to repent.
Walker, Henry, Ironmonger.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1641.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Religion
Taylor, John, -- 1580-1653. -- Swarme of sectaries & schismaticks.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96970.0001.001

Contents
title page
An Epistle to Iohn Taylor the Water Poet.
The Armes of John Taylor the Water-poet, blazed according to the old Coppy.
To John Taylor the Water-poet.
John Taylors lying still.
The cause why he writ.
An Answer to his title.
Of the picture in the title of his Booke.
The Knaves Puritan.
The Knave Puritan.
To he that will.
Taylors shreds.