To be distinguished from two other editions or issues of 1625, one with imprint "Printed by H.L. for Matthew Lownes," and the other with "Printed by H.L. for Mathew Lownes." Cf. STC. Continuation of a controversy begun by the author's A Gagg for the New Gospell? No, a new gagg for an old goose (written in answer to A Gag for the New Gospel, by Matthew Kellison), which was followed by public attacks on Montagu by John Yates and Samuel Ward. Signatures: pi² a⁴ *⁴ A-SS⁴ TT¹ (pi1 blank). Printer's device on t.p., headpieces, initials. Sideglosses. The informers have been identified as John Yates and Samuel Ward. Cf. DNB. STC attributes printing to H. Lownes (presumably Humphrey Lownes, Matthew's brother): "[H. Lownes] f. M. Lownes."
Binding: 20th-century russet half crushed morocco with red-and-green marbled paper over boards, gold-stamped on back, with title label, and red- and green-speckled page-edges. Originally classed as: BX5130.M785 1625a.
STC (2nd ed.) 18030.
Provenance: Hadl[...?] Lethbridge (inscription, deleted by pasted-over label).
BX5130 .M66 1625a
London : Printed for Matthew Lownes, 1625.