The resolution of those contemners that will have no crosses. Being ingeniously expressed in exhortation to those, that will admit of no crosse, unlesse it be their crosse-wives; or some crosse street where their conventicles are. Wittily shewing, some perswasive arguments unto them, that if they will allow of no crosse, they must new christen (unlesse they will admit of no baptisme) the Kings coin; and some streets, which are nominated by that name.
Printed for T. Reinor,
1641 [i.e. 1642]
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