A true discourse of the two infamous upstart prophets, Richard Farnham weaver of White-Chappell, and Iohn Bull weaver of Saint Butolphs Algate, now prisoners, the one in Newgate, and the other in Bridewell with their examinations and opinions taken from their owne mouthes April 16. anno 1636. As also of Margaret Tennis now prisoner in Old Bridewell, with the hereticall opinions held by her, at the same time examined. Written by T.H. True discourse of the two infamous upstart prophets, Richard Farnham weaver of White-Chappell, and John Bull weaver of Saint Butolphs Algate, now prisoners, the one in Newgate, and the other in Bridewell.

Title

A true discourse of the two infamous upstart prophets, Richard Farnham weaver of White-Chappell, and Iohn Bull weaver of Saint Butolphs Algate, now prisoners, the one in Newgate, and the other in Bridewell with their examinations and opinions taken from their owne mouthes April 16. anno 1636. As also of Margaret Tennis now prisoner in Old Bridewell, with the hereticall opinions held by her, at the same time examined. Written by T.H. True discourse of the two infamous upstart prophets, Richard Farnham weaver of White-Chappell, and John Bull weaver of Saint Butolphs Algate, now prisoners, the one in Newgate, and the other in Bridewell.

Author

Heywood, Thomas, d. 1641.

Date

1636

Place of Publication

London

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Languages

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T.H. = Thomas Heywood. Printer's name from STC. Title page line 1 ends "infa-"; in the 1795 reprint edition it ends "in-". Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A03253
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A03253
  • DLPS: A03253
  • STC: STC 13369
  • STC: ESTC S104076
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99839816
  • PROQUEST: 99839816
  • VID: 4271