|Title:||Pilula ad expurgandam hypocrisin A pill to purge formality : wherein is discovered the sad and woful condition of all formal professors in religion : also the glory and excellency of those that walk in the power of godliness ... / by Tho. Hubbert, Esq.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Pilula ad expurgandam hypocrisin A pill to purge formality : wherein is discovered the sad and woful condition of all formal professors in religion : also the glory and excellency of those that walk in the power of godliness ... / by Tho. Hubbert, Esq.
London: Printed by Robert White for Lodowick Lloyd and Henry Cripps, and are to be sold at their shops ..., 1650.
Errata: p. .
Reproduction of original in British Library.
To the Right Honorable Iohn Bradshaw, Lord President, And the rest of the Right Ho∣norable the Councel of STATE.
To the Right Worshipful, the Justices of Peace of the City of Lon∣don, and County of Middlesex; The Author wisheth Grace, Mercy and Peace in this life, and an Eternall weight of Glory in that which is to come.
To the READER.
If thou wilt reade nothing but what was in∣tended by the Author, amend these mis∣printings: The rest are but small.
Pilula ad expurgandam Hypocrisin. A PILL to Purge FORMALITY.