Certaine scruples from the army: : presented in a dialogue betweene a minister of the new moulded Presbytery, and a souldier of his Excellencies (formerly new-moulded, but now despised) army. Being the substance of severall discourses, of the souldiers with the ministers in divers parts of the kingdom. Wherein the doubtfulnesse of the ministers new old, or old new calling, is manifested, their compelling principle detected: the practise of souldiers, and others, exercising themselves in the Scriptures, for their mutuall edifying, justifyed.

Pounset, John

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  • Creator By one of the kingdomes servants, in the army
  • Format Books; Microforms
  • Publication London, : Printed for John Pounset, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Hand and Bible at the lower end of Budge-Row, neere Canning-street, 1647.
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    • [4], 25, [1] p


  • One of the kingdomes servants, in the army = John Pounset, who has signed "To the reader": J.P.
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "June 3d".
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
  • Wing (2nd ed.) P3039B.
  • Thomason E.390[21].
  • Available electronically as part of Early English books online.
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