Rusticus ad academicos in exercitationibus expostulatoriis, apologeticis quatuor.
The rustick's alarm to the rabbies: or, the country correcting the university, and clergy, and (not without good cause) contesting for the truth, against the nursing-mothers, and their children. In four apologeticall and expostulatory exercitations. Wherein is contained, as well a general account to all enquirers, as a general answer to all opposers of the most truly catholike, and most truly Christ-like Chistians, [sic] called Quakers, and of the true divinity of their doctrine. By way of entire entercourse held in special with four of the clergies chieftanes, viz. John Owen ... Tho. Danson ... John Tombes ... Rich. Baxter ... By Samuel Fisher, who sometimes went astray, as a lost sheep among the many shepheards, but is now returned to the great shepheard, and overseer of the soul.
|Main Creator:||Fisher, Samuel, 1605-1665|
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London : Printed for Robert Wilson in Martins, near Aldergate, 1660.
"An additional appendix to the book entituled Rusticus ad academicos .." (48 p., 5th count) has separate title page and was also issued separately (Wing F1046); ,"Christ's light springing" (16 p. at end) has English and Latin in columns, and was also issued separately (Wing F1050).
Physical description: , 160, 200, 192, 96, 101-228, 48, 16 p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), F1056
Citations/References: Smith, J. Friend's books, I 614-615
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