A svvarme of sectaries, and schismatiques: wherein is discovered the strange preaching (or prating) of such as are by their trades coblers, tinkers, pedlers, weavers, sowgelders, and chymney-sweepers. By John Taylor. The cobler preaches, and his audience are as wise as Mosse was, when he caught his mare.
|Main Author:||Taylor, John, 1580-1653.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
s.n.]Printed luckily, and may be read unhappily, betwixt hawke and buzzard,
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