A looking-glasse for women, or, A spie for pride: shewing the unlawfulnesse of any outward adorning of any attire of haire, either in laying forth the haire, or in crisping of the haire, or in broidered haire in all women, but especially in godly women, declared fully by the Scripture. Also those Scriptures and carnall objections answered which are seemingly made for it.
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