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Context of A defence against the poyson of Satans designe : cast out of his mouth by James Nayler, in his pretended answer to An antidote against the spreading infections of the spirit of Antichrist, lately published by Thomas Moor. Shewing how manifestly the said J. N. hath altered the sayings of T. M. in that book, and grossely belyed him, and the truth attested by him, so as every reader may see, in most of the things spoken to, and by that may judge of the rest of his accusations, that might require some farther witnesse than J. N. or T. M. to prove, or disprove them. With some discovery of the emptiness and unsoundness of his pretended answers, with his altering the sayings, and corrupting the sense of the scriptures therein. Likewise of the wolf appearing under the sheepskin, in the beginning, and close of his book. By Thomas Moor, Junior
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