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BARLOW, Thomas
The Triall of a Black-Pudding. or, The unlawfulness of Eating Blood proved by Scriptures, Before the Law, Under the Law, and After the Law. By A well wisher to Ancient Truth.
London Published by F.N. and are to be sold by John Hancock, 1652. Sole edition, 4to., woodcut border to title, (2), 22pp., nicely bound in 20th Century half calf. An exceedingly rare Controversial publication by the "great master of the whole controversy between the protestants and the papists", a decided Calvanist and later Bishop of Lincoln, Thomas Barlow (1607-1691). ESTC on line records copies only at the British Library and Bodleian Library in UK, and only the Union Theological Seminary in America. Wing B846
Bookseller: A. R. Heath Rare Books [Bristol, United Kingdom]
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