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Page 241 - Lithobolia; or, The Stone-Throwing Devil. Being an exact and true Account (by way of journal) of the various actions of infernal Spirits, or {Devils Incarnate) Witches, or both...
Page 232 - With most profitable annotations upon all the hard places and other things of great importance as may appeare in the Epistle to the Reader.
Page 210 - REFLEXIONS upon the devotions of the Roman Church. With the prayers, hymns and lessons themselves, taken out of their authentick books.
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Page 240 - Leighton was condemned to be degraded from his ministry, to have his ears cut, his nose slit, to be branded in the face, to stand in the pillory, to be whipped at a post, to pay ten thousand pounds, (though they knew he was not worth so much,) and to suffer perpetual imprisonment. The grateful sentence being passed against him, Laud pulled off his hat...
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