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The Resource Alexipharmacon, or A soveraigne antidote against a virvlent cordiall : composed 22. Iune 1644. by two druggists; the one an Apostata, called Iohn Loghan, a titular Doctor of Physicke; the other a Doctor of Divinity of the pretended reformed gospel, called Ed. Parrey. VVherein the cordiall is proved to be a contagious drugge of pestilent ingredients, and the motives inducing the Apostata unto a revolt to bee damnable and hereticall. By Walter Enos Dublinian, priest and Doctor of Divinitie, (electronic resource)

Alexipharmacon, or A soveraigne antidote against a virvlent cordiall : composed 22. Iune 1644. by two druggists; the one an Apostata, called Iohn Loghan, a titular Doctor of Physicke; the other a Doctor of Divinity of the pretended reformed gospel, called Ed. Parrey. VVherein the cordiall is proved to be a contagious drugge of pestilent ingredients, and the motives inducing the Apostata unto a revolt to bee damnable and hereticall. By Walter Enos Dublinian, priest and Doctor of Divinitie, (electronic resource)

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Alexipharmacon, or A soveraigne antidote against a virvlent cordiall : composed 22. Iune 1644. by two druggists; the one an Apostata, called Iohn Loghan, a titular Doctor of Physicke; the other a Doctor of Divinity of the pretended reformed gospel, called Ed. Parrey. VVherein the cordiall is proved to be a contagious drugge of pestilent ingredients, and the motives inducing the Apostata unto a revolt to bee damnable and hereticall. By Walter Enos Dublinian, priest and Doctor of Divinitie
Title
Alexipharmacon, or A soveraigne antidote against a virvlent cordiall
Title remainder
composed 22. Iune 1644. by two druggists; the one an Apostata, called Iohn Loghan, a titular Doctor of Physicke; the other a Doctor of Divinity of the pretended reformed gospel, called Ed. Parrey. VVherein the cordiall is proved to be a contagious drugge of pestilent ingredients, and the motives inducing the Apostata unto a revolt to bee damnable and hereticall. By Walter Enos Dublinian, priest and Doctor of Divinitie
Title variation
  • Alexipharmacon
  • Soveraigne antidote against a virulent cordiall
  • Soveraigne antidote against a virvlent cordiall
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Citation location within source
E3129
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
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Enos, Walter
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Loghan, John
  • Parrey, Ed
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  • Religion and politics
  • Ireland
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general
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Alexipharmacon, or A soveraigne antidote against a virvlent cordiall : composed 22. Iune 1644. by two druggists; the one an Apostata, called Iohn Loghan, a titular Doctor of Physicke; the other a Doctor of Divinity of the pretended reformed gospel, called Ed. Parrey. VVherein the cordiall is proved to be a contagious drugge of pestilent ingredients, and the motives inducing the Apostata unto a revolt to bee damnable and hereticall. By Walter Enos Dublinian, priest and Doctor of Divinitie, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • Errata at the foot of p. 118
  • Includes an index at end of text
  • Advertisement to the reader (B4) bound in after the epistle dedicatory
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118, [6] p
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Electronic reproduction.
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Alexipharmacon, or A soveraigne antidote against a virvlent cordiall : composed 22. Iune 1644. by two druggists; the one an Apostata, called Iohn Loghan, a titular Doctor of Physicke; the other a Doctor of Divinity of the pretended reformed gospel, called Ed. Parrey. VVherein the cordiall is proved to be a contagious drugge of pestilent ingredients, and the motives inducing the Apostata unto a revolt to bee damnable and hereticall. By Walter Enos Dublinian, priest and Doctor of Divinitie, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Errata at the foot of p. 118
  • Includes an index at end of text
  • Advertisement to the reader (B4) bound in after the epistle dedicatory
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99831021e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
118, [6] p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
99831021e

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