3 edition of Rogero-Mastix found in the catalog.
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1864:19.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31,  p.|
|Number of Pages||31|
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31 Ellwood.T, Rogero Mastix, or Rogero-Mastix book Rod for William Rogers Rogero-Mastix book, 8, unpaginated, p. 31, answering Rogers,William, A Second Scourge for George Whitehead(both published /5) R 32 In Ellwood's verse manuscript 'Rha psodia' (in LSF, Ms.
vol. S 80). The word μάστιξ (mastix) translates as whip or scourge. A well-known example is the book Histriomastix by William Prynne, against theatre, which caused legal proceedings against him because of perceived allusion to Queen Henrietta Maria.
Joseph Smith’s Descriptive Catalogue of Friends’ Books, in 3 vols., with Supplement (published inbut kept up to date), may be consulted at the Friends’ Library, Devonshire House, Bishopsgate.
See, also, his Bibliotheca Anti-Quakeriana (), for books adverse to the Society of Friends. Full text of "The Penns and Peningtons of the seventeenth century in their domestic and religious life: illustrated by original family letters: also incidental notices of their friend Thomas Ellwood with some of his unpublished verses" See other formats.
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Additional books from the extended shelves. Filed under: Quakers -- England -- Early works to Saints Testimony Finishing Through Sufferings: or, The Proceedings of the Court Against the Servants of Jesus (London: Giles Calvert, ) (HTML and page images at Earlham) Rogero-Mastix A rod for William Rogers, in return for his riming scourge, &c.
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Rogero-Mastix A rod for William Rogers, in return for his riming scourge, & By Thomas Ellwood. () - by Thomas Ellwood The Lost Stars: Imperfect Sword - by Jack Campbell. This list identifies the vault items (or groups of items) received between July 1, and J For information about how these acquisitions fit within the collection, see the Folger's Collection Development hing in this list is in Hamnet, sometimes fully cataloged, sometimes with an accession-level record.
Important: the information below comes from purchase order. an antidote against the infection of william rogers's books: a caution to constables: a discourse concerning riots: seasonable dissuasive from persecution: rogero mastix: a rod for william rogers: an epistle to friends: an account from wickham examined: a reply to j.
hogg's answer to william penn: Era el hijo menor de Walter Ellwood y de su esposa Elizabeth Potman. Tuvo dos hermanas y un hermano. Desde a la familia vivió en Londres y a los siete años Thomas fue a la escuela en Thame, pero por su inquieta conducta lo sacaron para ahorrar gastos, convirtiéndose en un experto en todas las diversiones, reprochándose posteriormente su irreflexiva disipación.
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