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Heads of all fashions, being, a plain desection or definition of diverse and sundry sorts of heads, butting, jetting, or pointing at vulgar opinion. And allegorically shewing the diversities of religion in these distempered times. Now very lately written, since calves-heads came in season

John Taylor London : Printed for Iohn Morgan, to be sold in the Old-baily, 1642

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