Truth gloriously appearing from under the sad and sable cloud of obloquie, or, A vindication of the practice of the Church of Christ in the Summer-Islands in an apologetical answer unto some letters and papers lately sent from the Summer-Islands by Richard Beake and Mr. Norwood, lately published by Master Prynne in his Fresh discovery of some prodigious New-wandring-blazing-stars, &c. : wherein the truth and that Church are much reproached : also, a discovery of the aforesaid Master Prynne his futility, credulity, timerity, want of brotherly charity, in receiving, believing, glossing and publishing them : as also his partiality, fallacie (if not falsity) in managing and inhancing them : and last of all, his malignity in exasperating the high and honourable court of Parliament against them, before they have been heard speak for themselves upon the naked report of sons of Belial and enemies capital : though noth which do run (as is hoped) good satisfaction concerning the model of that church-way, at this time much controverted, touching the way of worship, very commonly misunderstood, very falsly interpreted, but very truly called independent /
Printed for G. Calvert,
Prynne, William, > 1600-1669. > Fresh discovery of some prodigious new wandering-blazing stars & firebrands > Early works to 1800.
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