The looking-glasse for malignants, enlarged. Or, the second part of Gods hand against God-haters. [microform] Containing a most true and terrible augmentation and continuation of Gods immediately evident and eminent personall judgements fearfully inflicted on malevolent malignants, and unreasonable resisters of the most glorious worke of reformation, and of all the most pious and prudent proceedings of our present most renowned Parliament. The like (I believe) for number, nature, and time, not to be paralleld or pattern'd (to those of the first, and these of this second Looking-glasse) in any former age or history whatsoever. Wherein is also contained a most exact and true relation, especially, of that most remarkable and terrible judgement on the cavaliers drinking a health to the Devill, in an inne in Salisbury: and a briefe description of Malignants-Hall, at Bartholmews the lesse, in London. Collected for Gods due glory, and malignants just shame; by John Vicars
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