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Author: Taylor, John, 1580-1653.
Title: New preachers, nevv.: Greene the feltmaker, Spencer the horserubber, Quartermine the brewers Clarke, with some few others, that are mighty sticklers in this new kinde of talking trade, which many ignorant coxcombes call preaching. Whereunto is added the last tumult in Fleetstreet, raised by the disorderly preachment, pratings, and pratling of Mr. Barebones the leather-seller, and Mr. Greene the felt-maker, on Sunday last the 19. of Decemb.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: New preachers, nevv.: Greene the feltmaker, Spencer the horserubber, Quartermine the brewers Clarke, with some few others, that are mighty sticklers in this new kinde of talking trade, which many ignorant coxcombes call preaching. Whereunto is added the last tumult in Fleetstreet, raised by the disorderly preachment, pratings, and pratling of Mr. Barebones the leather-seller, and Mr. Greene the felt-maker, on Sunday last the 19. of Decemb.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653.

[London]: Printed for G.T., in the year 1641.
Subject terms:
Lay preaching -- England
Dissenters, Religious -- England
Barebon, Praisegod, -- 1596?-1679
Greene, John, -- Feltmaker
Quartermine, -- Brewers clarke.
Spencer, John, -- Groom.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95562.0001.001

Contents
title page
An Epistle written by a private friend to Iohn Greene, a Hat-maker.
A briefe touch, in memory of the fiery zeale of Mr. Barebones a reverend unlearned Letherseller, who with Mr. Green the Feltmaker, were both taken preaching or prating in a Conventicle amongst a 100. persons, on Sunday 19. of Decem. last, 1641.