A cluster of coxcombes; or, Cinquepace of five sorts of knaves and fooles: namely, the domatists, publicans, disciplinarians, anabaptists, and Brownists; their originals, opinions, confutations, and (in a word) their heads roundly jolted together. Also shewing how in the raignes of sundry kings, and in the late Q. Elizabeths raign the Anabaptists have bin burnt as hereticks, and otherwayes punished. And that the sect of the Brownists is so new, that many are alive who knew the beginning of it. With other sects displayed. By John Taylor.
|Main Author:||Taylor, John, 1580-1653.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Iuly 13. Printed for Richard Webb,
Early English books online.
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