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|A85978||The ancient of dayes is come, the iudgment is set, glad tydings is proclaimed, to Iew and gentile, to bond and free, to high and low, to rich and poor, to small and great; let him that will, come, and receive the offer of his love freely, Isa. 55.1,2. Written by a lover of peace and truth, J.G.||J. G. (John Gibson)||1657 (1657)||Wing G669C; Thomason E916_2; ESTC R200356||6,508||8||View Text|
|A41135||A treatise of the affections, or, The souls pulse whereby a Christian may know whether he be living or dying : together with a lively description of their nature, signs, and symptomes : as also directing men to the right use and ordering of them / by that Reverend and faithfull minister of Gods word, M. William Fenner ... finished by himself.||Fenner, William, 1600-1640.||1650 (1650)||Wing F708; ESTC R9229||161,998||208||View Text|
|A65296||The godly mans picture drawn with a scripture-pensil, or, Some characteristical notes of a man that shall go to heaven by Thomas Watson ...||Watson, Thomas, d. 1686.||1666 (1666)||Wing W1124; ESTC R38514||176,068||382||View Text|
|A33335||The marrow of ecclesiastical history contained in the lives of one hundred forty eight fathers, schoolmen, first reformers and modern divines which have flourished in the Church since Christ's time to this present age : faithfully collected and orderly disposed according to the centuries wherein they lived, together with the lively effigies of most of the eminentest of them cut in copper / by Samuel Clark.||Clarke, Samuel, 1599-1682.||1654 (1654)||Wing C4544; ESTC R27842||679,638||932||View Text|