|Title:||A lye is no scandal. Or a vindication of Mr. Mungo Craig, from a ridiculous calumny cast upon him by T. A. who was executed for apostacy at Edinburgh, the 8 of January, 1697.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A lye is no scandal. Or a vindication of Mr. Mungo Craig, from a ridiculous calumny cast upon him by T. A. who was executed for apostacy at Edinburgh, the 8 of January, 1697.
[Edinburgh: s.n.], Written, January 15, 1697.
Aikenhead, Thomas, 1678?-1697.
Libel and slander -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800.
A VINDICATION, Of Mr. MUNGO CRAIG, from a Ridiculous Calumny cast upon him by T. A. lately Executed for Apostacy.
Section I. Containing the Introduction, the Calumny, and some General Observations.
SECTION II. In which the first part of the Calumny is demonstrated to be false.
SECTION III. Wherein the second part of the Calumny is demonstrated to be false
SECT IV. Containing the Conclusion.