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The English Scholars Library.     23
7.    Thomas Decker,

The Dramatist.

THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS OF
LONDON, &c.  1606.

The seuen deadly Sinnes of London: drawn in seiten seuerall
Coaches, through the seuen seuerall Gates of the Cztie^ bringing
the Plague with them.

A prose Allegorical Satire, giving a most vivid picture of London life, in
October, 1606.
The seven sins areó

FRAUDULENT BANKRUPTCY.
LYING.

CANDLELIGHT (Deeds of JDai kness).
SLOTH.

APISHNESS (Changes of Fashion}
SHAVING (Cheating), and CRUELTY.

Their chariots, drivers, pages, attendants, and followers, are all allegori-
cally described

8.     The Editor.

AN INTRODUCTORY SKETCH TO THE
MARTIN MARPRELATE CONTROVERSY.

1588-1590.

(a)   The general Episcopal Administration^ Censorship ^ &c.

(b)   The Origin of the Controversy.

(c)  Depositions and Examinations.

(d)  State Documents.

(e)   The Brief held by Sir JOHN  PUCKERING,  against the
Martmists.

The REV. J. UDALL (who was, however, not a Martimst) ; Mrs. CRANE,
of Molesey, Rev. J. PENRY, Sir R KNIGHTLEY, of Fawsley, near North-
ampton ; HUMPHREY NEWMAN, the London cobbler; JOHN HALES, Esq., of
Coventry; Mr and Mrs. WEEKSTON, of Wolston: J OB THROCKMORTON,
Esq.; HENRY SHARPE, bookbinder of Northampton, and the four printers.

(f)  Miscellaneous Information.

(g)   Who ivere the Writers who wrote under the name of MAR-
TIN MARFRELATE?

9.  , [Rev.   John   Udall,

Minister at Kingston ott Thames.]

A DEMONSTRATION OF DISCIPLINE.  1588.

A Demonstration of the trueth of that discipline which
CHRISTE hath prescribed in his wordefor the gouernement of his
Church^ in all times and places, vntzl the ende of the ivorlde.

Printed with, the secret Martinist press, at East Molesey, near Hampton
Court, in July, 1588 , and secretly distributed with the Epitome in the
following November.

For this Work, UDALL lingered to death in prison.

It is perhaps the most complete argument, in our language, for Presby-
terian Puritanism, as it was then understood. Its author asserted for it, the
infallibility of a Divine Logic , but two generations had not passed away,
before (under the teachings of Experience) much of this Church Polity had
been discarded,