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History of flagellation among different nations. A narrative of the strange customs and cruelties of the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, etc., with an account of its practice among the early Christians as a religious stimulant and corrector of morals. Also anecdotes of remarkable cases of flogging, and of celebrated flagellants ...

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New York, Medical publishing co., 1903.

1903

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With rod and whip : a history of flagellation among different nations.

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[New York] : Privately printed, [1952], c1903.

1952

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Curiosa of flagellants. History of flagellation.

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[n.p., n.d.]

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The history of the flagellants, [electronic resource] : or the advantages of discipline; being a paraphrase and commentary on the Historia flagellantium of the Abbé Boileau, Doctor of the Sorbonne, Canon of the Holy Chapel, &c. By somebody who is not doctor of the Sorbonne.

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London : sold by Fielding and Walker, No. 20, Paternoster-Row, MDCCLXXVII. [1777]

1777

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Veteres vindicati : in an expostulatory letter to Mr. Sclater of Putney upon his Consensus veterum, &c. wherein the absurdity of his method, the weakness of his reasons are shewn, his false aspersions upon the Church of England are wiped off, and her faith concerning the Eucharist proved to be that of the primitive church. Together with animadversions on Dean Boileau's French translation of, and remarks upon Bertram.

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London : printed for Henry Mortlock, at the Phœnix in St. Paul's Church-yard, and at the White Hart in Westminster Hall, 1687.

1687

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FormatTextCall NumberCI p.v. 12 no. 1-14Item LocationSchwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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