A monstrous dispute: or, The language of the beast, in two men professing themselves ministers of the Gospel; both proved at a publike dispute in Lumber-street, Oct. 12. 1653. I. That they are no men, but beasts. II. That they are no ministers, but monsters. William Erbery.
London printed, :
by J.C. for Giles Calvet [sic], and are to be sold at his shot [sic] at the Black-spred Eagle, at the West end of Pauls.,
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