Canne, John, d. 1677?
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- The crafts-mens craft. Or The wiles of the discoverers. In abusing and incensing authority and the people against innocent and harmlesse men, by false accusations, and sophistical suggestions: viz. because they are not formalists they are atheists: because not superstitious, therefore irreligious: because they are against tyranny and oppression, therefore they are against government, magistracy, and laws: because for good and equal laws, therefore for no order or distinctions, and for equalling mens estates, &c. and these delusions are here cleerly manifested. / By H.B. (London : Printed by J. and J.M. for W.L. at the signe of the Black-moor, within Bishopsgate, 1649), by H. B. (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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