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Enthusiastic impostors, no divinely inspir'd prophets. Wherein the pretended French and English prophets are shewn in their proper colours; their Pretences to Inspiration refuted by Holy Scriptures; their Impostures discover'd by their own Words and Actions, and by Depositions, Declarations, and other credible Testimonies, in an Appendix subjoin'd. The second part. By the author of the first part.
- Kingston, Richard, 1635?-
Enthusiastick impostors no divinely inspir'd prophets. Being An Historical Relation of the Rise, Progress, and present Practices of the French and English Pretended Prophets. Wherein all their Agitations, Extasies, Inspirations, Prophetical Warnings, and Pretences to working Miracles, are proved False, Counterfeit and Ridiculous Impostures; by Observations and Testimonies, under the Hand-Writing of several Persons of known and undoubted Reputation, that were Eye and Ear-Witnesses of their Transactions. Humbly Dedicated to the Lord Bishop of London.
- Kingston, Richard, 1635?-
The imposture detected; or, the mystery and iniquity of Elizabeth Canning's story, displayed: wherein principles are laid down, and a method established, by which all impostures whatever, still prevailing in the world, may be detected; and all future ones for ever prevented from establishing themselves hereafter.
- M.DCC.LIII. 
The impostors detected: or, the life of a Portuguese. In which the artifices and intrigues of Romish priests are humorously displayed. The whole Interspersed with several curious and entertaining Anecdotes, relating to some of the principal Personages of the Kingdom of Portugal. In two volumes. ...
- MDCCLX. 
The devil of Delphos, or, the prophets of Baal: containing an account of a notorious impostor, call'd Sabatai Sevi, pretended Messiah of the Jews, in 1666. Who afterwards turn'd Turk: and of many other impostors in Church and State; as False Christs, and False Prophets from the Rise of Christianity to the Present Times. To which is added, a proof that the present pretended prophets are the prophets of the devil, and not of God.
The Impostor detected; Or, The physician the greater cheat: being a candid enquiry concerning the practice of Dr. Mayersbach; commonly known by the title of The German doctor. Containing a faithful account of many remarkable cures performed by him which had been deemed incurable, and therefore declined by physicans of eminence. Being a full refutation of the sophistical arguments and invidious reflections of Dr. Lettsom and others. And shewing his practice to be defensible upon natural and philosophical principles.
Memoirs of ****. Commonly known by the name of George Psalmanazar; a reputed native of Formosa. Written by himself in order to be published after his death. Containing An Account of his Education, Travels, Adventures, Connections, Literary Productions, and pretended Conversion from Heathenism to Christianity; which last proved the Occasion of his being brought over into this Kingdom, and passing for a Proselyte, and a Member of the Church of England.
- Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.
- MDCCLXIV. 
The falacie of the great water-drinker discovered : Fully representing what are the ingredients that provoke him to so wonderfull a vomit, and by what art one glass seemeth to be of one colour, and another of another; and what he doth when he taketh the rose-water and the angelica-water. / By Mr Thomas Peedle and Mr Thomas Cozbie, who brought him over into England from Tours in France: and after Wednesday next being the 26 of this present June, will be constantly readie every after-noon, if desired, in their own persons to make an experimental proof of what is here declared. Published for the satisfaction of many of the nobilitie and ladies of this nation, and many eminent gentlemen who have offered great sums of money to have the misterie discovered. As also to undeceive many thousands, who having seen the manner of it, have been amazed at the wonder but could not discover the secret. Licenced and entered into the register-book of the Company of Stationers, according to order.
- Peedle, Thomas.
- Anno Domini 1650
[P]assaw or The German Prince. Being a genuine relation of the late transactions of Sri William Newsted alias Prince of Passaw, wherein that notable piece of knight errantry is trac'd from its first original to its final exit. Together with a list of the officers civil and military, under the establishment of his lunary highness, and true copies of the letters schemes and articles of alliance, by means of which the cheat was so long supported. Now made publick from the original papers.
An antidote against the infectious contagion of popery and tyranny. Humbly offer'd in an admonitory letter from a Presbyterian Society in Edinburgh, to their friends in town and country, touching the present intestine war.
- Presbyterian Society in Edinburgh.
- Printed in the Year M.DCC.XLV.