|Title:||Title Page Details Of Printed Pamphlet, 'A Short Letter...Intreating A Friends Judgement Upon Mr. Edwards His Booke.', (Edward Woodward)|
|Ref:||Long title and bibliographic description only|
|Notes:||Published by Samuel Hartlib. The 'short letter' is by Hartlib, with an answer by Woodward. [HDC list of The Publications of Samuel Hartlib, Turnbull: No. 13]|
The Hartlib Papers
[Long-Title and bibliographical description]
ST: Short letter.
Wing Number: H1001/W3502 Thomason Tracts: E.8(36)
[within an ornamental frame]
A | SHORT LETTER | Modestly intreating a Friends judge- | ment upon Mr Edwards his Booke, he | calleth an Anti-Apologie: With a large but | modest Answer thereunto. | Framed (in desire) with such evennesse of hand, and | uprightnesse of heart, as that no godly man might be of- | fended at it: And with soule-desire also, That they, | who are contrary-minded, might not be offen- | ded neither, but instructed. | [rule] | Optimà locutus esset si non in fratres pessimè. | The man had spoken very well, if not against his Brethren, | very ill. Mel. Ep. | Ev [illegible] Chrysost. | There is something unholy in His holy ones. His Angels he has char- | ged with folly, &c. Job.4.18. | I. COR.4.5.1. COR.II.31. Judge nothing before the time: except | yourselves, that ye may not be judged. | I. THES. 5.21. Prove all things: holdfast that which is good. | [rule] | LONDON, | Printed according to Order. 1644.
4o: A-E4; [$3 (-A1) signed]; 20 leaves
pp. [1-2] 3-36 [37-39]