A Quiet and Sober Reckoning Vvhit M. Thomas Morton Somewhat Set in Choler by His Aduersary P.R. Concerning Certaine Imputations of Wilfull Falsities Obiected to the Said T. M. in a Treatise of P.R. Intituled Of Mitigation, Some Part Werof He Hath Lately Attemped to Answere in a Large Preamble to a More Ample Reioynder Promised by Him. ..
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