Heads of all fashions: being, a plaine desection or definition of diverse, and sundry sorts of heads, butting, jetting, or pointing at vulgar opinion: and allegorically shewing the diversities of religion in these distempered times: now very lately written, since calves-heads came in season

Author

John Taylor

Title

Heads of all fashions: being, a plaine desection or definition of diverse, and sundry sorts of heads, butting, jetting, or pointing at vulgar opinion: and allegorically shewing the diversities of religion in these distempered times: now very lately written, since calves-heads came in season

Date

1642

Place

London : [London

Publisher

Printed for Iohn Morgan, Printed for subscribers only

Note

Author and series statement on cover only "No. 49. Only 100 Copies printed." Signed: E.W. Ashbee

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

8

Call Number

PR2382 .H42 1642a

Item Type

Book

Series

Mr. Ashbee's Occasional fac-simile reprints, 24

Collection

Tags

Citation

John Taylor, “Heads of all fashions: being, a plaine desection or definition of diverse, and sundry sorts of heads, butting, jetting, or pointing at vulgar opinion: and allegorically shewing the diversities of religion in these distempered times: now very lately written, since calves-heads came in season,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed December 6, 2022, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/8842.