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Title: An answer, in defence of a messe of pottage, well seasoned and crumb'd. Against M. T. S. T. R. A. I. S. P. H. anagram, Strap Smith. Who falsly sayes, the Common Prayers are unlawfull, and no better than the Popes porrage. In which tract is answered his unanswerable reasons: by the same Gyles Calfine.
Author: Calfine, Giles.
Publication info: London : [s.n], Printed Anno Domini, 1642.
subjects: [Calfine, Giles. -- Messe of pottage, very well seasoned and crumbd -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800] [M. T. S. T. R. A. I. S. P. H. -- Answer to lame Giles Calfines Messe of pottage] [Church of England -- Customs and practices -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: A fresh bit of mutton, for those fleshy minded canibals that cannot endure pottadge. Or a defence of Giles Calfine's Messe of pottadge well seasoned and well crummed. Against the idle yet insolent exceptions of his monstrous adversary MT. ST. RA. IS. PH. By Drupheyra Thexylvenio: cosmopolites.
Author: Calfine, Giles.
Publication info: [London] : Printed for T. P. in Queenshead-Alley, 1462 [i.e. 1642]
subjects: [M. T. S. T. R. A. I. S. P. H. -- Answer to lame Giles Calfines Messe of pottage] [Calfine, Giles. -- Messe of pottage, very well seasoned and crumbd] [Church of England -- Customs and practices -- Early works to 1800] [Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: An answer to lame Giles Calfines Messe of pottage, which hee termes in his halting speech to be well crummed and seasoned, &c.: Proving that the service-booke is no better than pottage, in comparison of divers weeds which are chopt into it, to poyson the taste of the children of grace, by the advice of the whore of Babylons instruments and cooks. In which small tract you shall find such reasons given against it, as are unanswerable by any man whatsoever. For pure prayer is Gods temple, and where it is not so used, it is but idolatrie and will-worship. by M. T. S. T. R. A. I. S. P. H.
Author:  M. T. S. T. R. A. I. S. P. H.
Publication info: [London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1642. Being in the same yeare of confiding.
subjects: [Great Britain -- Religion] [Calfine, Giles. -- Messe of pottage] [Church of England -- Customs and practices -- Early works to 1800] [Church of England. -- Controversial literature]
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Title: A messe of pottage well seasoned and crummed with bread of life, and easie to be digested. Against the contumelious slanderers of the divine-service, terming it porrage. Whereunto is added an Answer to lame Giles Calfines Messe of Pottage, which he terms in his halting speech to be well crummed and seasoned, &c. In which small tract you shall finde such reasons given against it, as are unanswerable by any man whatsoever.
Publication info: [London : s.n., 1643?]
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