Vindiciæ veritatis

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Extended Title

Vindiciæ veritatis. Or An ansvver to a discourse intituled, Truth it’s manifest; discovering the manifest falshoods, malicious slanders, & seditious practices, which therein are masked under this specious name of truth: and shewing how this discourse was printed and spread abroad by the author thereof, to uphold and maintain the credit of the Scots his countrey-men, and to excuse and palliate many unworthy carriages of theirs; accusing, aspering, and slandering those, who deserved best, for refusing to joyn with them in those unworthy actions, but rather opposing them. Wherein also divers passages worth observation, touching the late transactions, are occasionally inserted; perhaps not so fully as yet laid open to the view of the world.

City of Publication
[s.n.], Printed in the year 1654.
Year Published
Wing (2nd ed.), F884; Thomason, 811[2]; ESTC Citation R207605
[4], 164, 82, [2] p.; 4⁰.