The ministers hue and cry, or, a true discovery of the unsufferable injuries, robberies, cozenages and oppressions now acted against ministers and impropriators: especially, against ministers placed by authority of parliament. Set forth in a dialogue between four men, viz. Paul Shepherd, a minister of the Gospel. Barnaby Sheaf, an impropriator or lay parson. Robin Rob-Minister, one that robs and defrauds the minister of his maintenance. Tom Tythe-short, one that paies his tythes and duties short of what is due.

Richard Culmer London : Printed by Abraham Miller, 1651

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