Front cover image for Hypocrisie unmasked: by a true relation of the proceedings of the Governour and Company of the Massachusetts against Samuel Gorton (and his accomplices) a notorious disturber of the peace and quiet of the severall governments wherein he lived: with the grounds and reasons thereof, examined and allowed by their Generall Court holden at Boston in New-England in November last, 1646. Together with a particular answer to the manifold slanders, and abominable falshoods which are contained in a book written by the said Gorton, and entituled, Simplicities defence against seven-headed policy, &c. Discovering to the view of all whose eyes are open, his manifold blasphemies; as also the dangerous agreement which he and his accomplices made with ambitious and treacherous Indians, who at the same time were deeply engaged in a desperate conspiracy to cut off all the rest of the English in the other plantations. VVhereunto is added a briefe narration (occasioned by certain aspersions) of the true grounds or cause of the first planting of New-England; the president of their churches in the way and worship of God; their communion with the reformed churches; and their practise towards those that dissent from them in matters of religion and Church-government. By Edw. Winslow. Published by authority

Hypocrisie unmasked: by a true relation of the proceedings of the Governour and Company of the Massachusetts against Samuel Gorton (and his accomplices) a notorious disturber of the peace and quiet of the severall governments wherein he lived: with the grounds and reasons thereof, examined and allowed by their Generall Court holden at Boston in New-England in November last, 1646. Together with a particular answer to the manifold slanders, and abominable falshoods which are contained in a book written by the said Gorton, and entituled, Simplicities defence against seven-headed policy, &c. Discovering to the view of all whose eyes are open, his manifold blasphemies; as also the dangerous agreement which he and his accomplices made with ambitious and treacherous Indians, who at the same time were deeply engaged in a desperate conspiracy to cut off all the rest of the English in the other plantations. VVhereunto is added a briefe narration (occasioned by certain aspersions) of the true grounds or cause of the first planting of New-England; the president of their churches in the way and worship of God; their communion with the reformed churches; and their practise towards those that dissent from them in matters of religion and Church-government. By Edw. Winslow. Published by authority

Print Book, English, 1646 [i.e. 1647?]
printed by Rich. Cotes for John Bellamy at the three Golden Lions in Cornhill, neare the Royall Exchange, London, 1646 [i.e. 1647?]