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The blessedness of the righteous opened and further recommended, from the consideration of the vanity of this mortal life, in two treatises, on Psalm XVII. 15, and Psalm LXXXIX. 47.
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written by John Howe, 1630-1705; edited by James Philip Hewlett, The Younger (London, England: William Tegg (Publisher), 1668), 260 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The works of the Reverend John Howe, M.A. as published during his life. Comprising the whole of the two folio volumes, edit. 1724. With a life of the author, by the Reverend J. P. Hewlett, and a portrait, from an original painting by Sir P. Lely. In three volumes. [London: 1848].
written by John Howe, 1630-1705; edited by James Philip Hewlett, The Younger (London, England: William Tegg (Publisher), 1668), 260 page(s)
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Characters of vertues and vices: in two bookes.
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written by Joseph Hall, 1574-1656 (London, England: Edward Bruster (Publisher), 1608), 32 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The works of Joseph Hall B. of Norwich. [London: 1647].
written by Joseph Hall, 1574-1656 (London, England: Edward Bruster (Publisher), 1608), 32 page(s)
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A Christian directory: or, a summ of practical theology, and cases of conscience. Directing Christians, how to use their knowledge and faith; how to improve all helps and means, and to perform all duties; how to overcome temptations, and to escape or mortifie every sin. In four parts. I. Christian ethicks (or private duties.) II. Christian oeconomicks (or family duties.) III. Christian ecclesiasticks (or church duties.) IV. Christian politicks (or duties to your rules and neighbours.)
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1673), 882 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1673), 882 page(s)
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written by Etienne Binet, 1569-1639 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Sébastien Huré,I (Publisher), 1641), 431 page(s)
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De concionante episcopo libri tres.
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written by Federico Borromeo, 1564-1631 (Milan, Lombardia, 1632), 228 page(s)
written by Federico Borromeo, 1564-1631 (Milan, Lombardia, 1632), 228 page(s)
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written by Antoine Arnauld, 1612-1694 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Pierre Aubouyn, II (Publisher), 1669), 1044 page(s)
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De sacris nostrorum temporum oratoribus libri quinque.
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written by Federico Borromeo, 1564-1631 (Milan, Lombardia, 1632), 221 page(s)
written by Federico Borromeo, 1564-1631 (Milan, Lombardia, 1632), 221 page(s)
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written by Thomas Wright, 1711-1786 (Joachim Trognesius (Publisher), 1596), 372 page(s)
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The felicity of a Christian life.
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written by Girolamo Savonarola, 1452-1498 (London, England, 1651), 80 page(s)
written by Girolamo Savonarola, 1452-1498 (London, England, 1651), 80 page(s)
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An introduction to the worthy receiving the sacrament of the Lords supper.
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written by William Pemble, 1592-1623; edited by Richard Capel (Oxford, England: John Adams (Publisher), 1628), 50 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The workes of that late learned minister of God's holy word, Mr William Pemble Master of Arts, and sometimes of Magdalen Hall in Oxford. Containing sundry treatises and expositions, before extant in severall tracts, and now gathered into one intire volumne. [Oxford: 1659].
written by William Pemble, 1592-1623; edited by Richard Capel (Oxford, England: John Adams (Publisher), 1628), 50 page(s)
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