Dagon's fall before the Ark, or, The smoak of the bottomless pit scoured away by the breath of the Lords mouth, and by the brightness of his coming : written primarily, as a testimony for the Lord, his wisdom ... : secondarily, as testimony against the old serpent his wisdom, which is foolishness with God ... : wherein as in a glass, teachers in schools and colledges may see their concern, neither Christian nor warrantable

Thomas Lawson London : , Printed in the year 1679

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