Baxter’s animadversions on Kuhlmann

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  • Reference
      GB 123 DWL/RB/1/324
  • Former Reference
      GB 123 Treatises vii.72, Treatises vii.269
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  • Physical Description
      ff 313-316; 195 x 155 mm

Scope and Content

Animadversions in quarto on Kuhlman, a pretended Prophet, includes: ‘There is yet another author that publisheth the same doctrines, with a higher pretense of being the Great prophet of this age, & having seen the body of Christ which he preacheth.’


  • Argent notes that Baxter was responding to A-Z The general London epistle of Quirinus Kuhlman a Christian, to the Wiclef-Waldenses, Hussites, Zuinglians, Lutherans, and Calvinists. Being an explication of a vision and prophecy of John Kregel. Wherein the reformation from popery is fundamentally asserted, and the union of Protestants convincingly urged: together with a postscript relating to the present Popish Plot. Translated from the Latine copy printed at Rotterdam, in May 1679.
  • For Quirinus Kuhlmann (1651-89) see DWL/RB/1/120

Other Finding Aids

Argent / Black vii.269 (also listed as vii.72); Thomas p. 23