The Presbyterian Pater Noster, Creed and Ten Commandments

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  • Reference
      GB 206 Brotherton Collection MS Lt q 8
  • Dates of Creation
      ca.1680
  • Name of Creator
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 f. Apparently a contemporary manuscript copy of the printed broadsheet of the same title (1680?), with the imprint, "Printed for Tom Tell-troth at the sign of ye Old Kings head in Axe-yard in King-street, Westminster". Virgil quotation below title heading.
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Scope and Content

Satirical mock Lord's Prayer, Creed and Ten Commandments in prose, with an anti-Presbyterian verse satire "Postscript" by Thomas Ashenden

Administrative / Biographical History

According to the British Library catalogue, Thomas Ashenden also published Some Reflections upon a late pamphlet in a letter to J. H. [i.e. Joseph Hindmarsh.], 1681, and a sermon, No penalty, no peace ... preached at the assizes held at Leicester, August the 10th, 1682.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

Purchased from Ralph Howey, November 1960

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

The poem is indexed in the BCMSV database http://www.leeds.ac.uk/library/spcoll/bcmsv/intro.html

Additional Information

The British Library catalogue attributes the whole of The Presbyterian Pater Noster, Creed and Ten Commandments to Thomas Ashenden

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