Observations on incidents of apparitions attested by Roman Catholics subscribed and dated ‘R. B., May 30 1654’, and thus intitled to Mr Henry Bromley. In Baxter’s smallest writing, with many abbreviations. Ending: ‘R B. To Mr Henry Bromley Esq, for his brother Mr Thomas Bromley in Confutation of some opinions & papers of his communicated to me by his mother.’
Confutation of some opinions of Thomas Bromley
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/99
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises iii.67
- Dates of Creation13 May 1654
- Physical Descriptionff 302-309, 325 x 210 mm.
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Argent / Black iii.67; Thomas p.8
- For Henry and Thomas Bromley see Corr 183 (which is this treatise) and 1043.
- See James Nayler: a fresh approach (1954) by G. F. Nuttall, p 4 and Nigel Smith Perfection Proclaimed: Language and Literature in English Radical Religion 1640-1660 (Oxford 1984).