The Downe-fall of Dagon, or, The taking downe of Cheap-side crosse this second of May, 1643 : wherein is contained these principalls following, viz. first Cheapside crosse sick at the heart, secondly his death and funeral : thirdly his will, legacies, inventory and epitaph : fourthly the reason why it was taken down and the authority for it : fiftly the benefit and profit that is made of the materialls of it, and the severall summes of mony which is offered for it : likewise the satisfaction it will give to thousands of people : sixtly notes worthy of the readers observation that the crosse should just happen to be taken downe on thas day which crosses were first invented and set up.
- [London?] : Printed for Thomas Wilson, 1642.
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