A consolatory epistle to D. T.O.
in his present circumstances. From a member of the association. The contents. The pulpit and pillory combined in his disgrace. A sham justification of himself to the brethren. The loss of his ears, no damage, no disfigurement, no discredit to him, prov'd both by arguments and examples. The pillory a type of the inquisition. Quæries after his doctorship. The analogy between his plot and the Trojan Horse. A caveat to him in the conclusion.
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Dublin : [s.n.], reprinted, 1685.
T.O. = Titus Oates.
Physical description: 8 p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), C5929
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