[BAXTER, John (fl. 1600)]. A toile for two-legged foxes. Wherin their noisome properties; their hunting and unkenelling, with the duties of the principall hunters and guardians of the spirituall vineyard is liuely discovered, for the comfort of all ... true-hearted subiects and their encouragement against all Popish practises. By I.B. Preacher of the Word of God. London: Adam Islip for Thomas Man, 1600.
Small 8° (132 x 86mm). Collation: A-P8. (Running title occasionally shaved; minute worming in quires H-K; slight paper fault in O1 without loss.) 19th-century blind-stamped calf. Provenance: W. Bayntun, Grays Inn (early 19th-century signature on fly-leaf); Bute bookplate.
ONLY EDITION, one of two issues published that year. A particularly fervent attack on the Catholic Church. STC 1596.5, the only copy recorded. (For the other issue, STC 1596, 8 copies are listed.)