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Author: Hall, Thomas, 1610-1665.
Title: Comarum akosmia the loathsomnesse of long haire, or, A treatise wherein you have the question stated, many arguments against it produc'd, and the most materiall arguguments [sic] for it refell'd and answer'd : with the concurrent judgement of divines both old and new against it : with an appendix against painting, spots, naked breasts, &c. / by Thomas Hall ...
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Print source: Comarum akosmia the loathsomnesse of long haire, or, A treatise wherein you have the question stated, many arguments against it produc'd, and the most materiall arguguments [sic] for it refell'd and answer'd : with the concurrent judgement of divines both old and new against it : with an appendix against painting, spots, naked breasts, &c. / by Thomas Hall ...
Hall, Thomas, 1610-1665.

London: Printed by J.G. for Nathanael Webb and William Grantham ..., 1654.
Subject terms:
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
Hair -- Early works to 1800.
Body, Human -- Religious aspects.
Modesty -- Early works to 1800.
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