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A vindication of Mercurius Elencticus. (alias) Wharton. From the false aspersions of the scandalous, abusive, and blasphemous pen of William Lilly Our states mountebanke, the Parliaments jugler, the naturall astrologian, and the devills owne astronomer. Not long since divulged in damnable black rhetorik, printed and sent abroad in a sencelesse booke; styled, The late story of Mr. Will. Lilly. Together, with one word to an unknown collonel, whom Lilly feignes to be the author of the said story; as also another to the wizzard himselfe. Written by Mercurius Melancholicus well-wisher to the fraternity, and prosperity of the mercuries.

Title:A vindication of Mercurius Elencticus. (alias) Wharton. From the false aspersions of the scandalous, abusive, and blasphemous pen of William Lilly Our states mountebanke, the Parliaments jugler, the naturall astrologian, and the devills owne astronomer. Not long since divulged in damnable black rhetorik, printed and sent abroad in a sencelesse booke; styled, The late story of Mr. Will. Lilly. Together, with one word to an unknown collonel, whom Lilly feignes to be the author of the said story; as also another to the wizzard himselfe. Written by Mercurius Melancholicus well-wisher to the fraternity, and prosperity of the mercuries.
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Note:[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1648
  
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Subject:Wharton, George, Sir, 1617-1681 -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Lilly, William, 1602-1681 -- Early works to 1800
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