A satirical broadside on factions within the Church, resisted by Sacheverell; with an etching showing a beast with seven heads, including that of the Pope and Daniel Defoe, on its tail the Whore of Babylon playing upon a violoncello, along and through the main body of the beast runs a cannon, which is fired by the devil and shooting daggers, whips and other items towards the figure of Sacheverell, who is standing on the right and holding an opened Bible; with engraved title, inscriptions, and verses in two columns. ([London: 1709])
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