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Title: A sermon preached the last fast day in Leaden-Hall Street, in the house of one Padmore, a cheesmonger, by one of the zealous brethren, being a shoomaker, to the fraternity and holy sisters assembled together in a chamber.: Being such another as Toby's dog was. The text was thus, And Paul opened his mouth, and said, men and brethren what shall we do.
Author:  One of the zealous brethren.
Publication Info: [London] : Printed in the yeare of private instructing, for John Lovel, 1643.
subjects: [Dissenters, Religious -- England] [Satire, English] [Padmore]
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