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Good news to the good women, and to the bad women too that will grow better; The like to the Men. But here the Women are put in the first place, (the which is now out of their place) because this Book chiefly Treats, Of the Women. Shewing What the Scripture saith of the Good Women, and also what the Scripture saith of the Bad Women. And for Satisfaction to the Jews, herein is proved whose Seed it is, the Serpents Head shall bruise.

Marsin, M.
Date
1701
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Publication/Creation

London : printed and sold by S. Darker, in Jewen Street at the Corner of Bull Head-Court, at the Sign of the Stationers Arms, and at John Gouges in Westminster Hall at the Sign of the Castle, and at Elizabeth Degrate's next to the Fountain Tavern in the Strand, 1701.

Physical description

16p. ; 8⁰.

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Publications note

ESTC T18573

Languages

  • English


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