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Stephens, John. The errors of men : personated in sundry essaies: and their passions deciphered in honest characters: and all for the good of men that may be reformed, and contentment of such as can smile at the follies of others

Stephens, John. Essayes and characters, ironicall, and instcuctiue [sic]. : The second impression. With a new satyre in defence of common law and lawyers: mixt with reproofe against their common enemy. With many new characters, & diuers other things added; & euery thing amended. By Iohn Stephens the yonger, of Lincolnes Inne, Gent

Stephens, John. Essayes and characters, ironicall, and instructiue. : The second impression. With a new satyre in defence of common law and lawyers: mixt with reproofe against their common enemy. With many new characters, & diuers other things added; & euery thing amended. By Iohn Stephens the yonger, of Lincolnes Inne, Gent

Stephens, John. Essayes and characters, ironicall, and instructiue. : The second impression. With a new satyre in defence of common law and lawyers: mixt with reproofe against their common enemy. With many new characters, & diuers other things added; & euery thing amended. By Iohn Stephens the yonger, of Lincolnes Inne, Gent

Stephens, John. New essayes and characters. : With a new satyre in defence of the common law, and lawyers: mixt with reproofe against their enemy Ignoramus. Written by Iohn Stephens the younger, of Lincolnes Inne, gent