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A plaine and true relation of the goodnes of God towards the Sommer Ilands, written by way of exhortation to stirre vp the people there to praise God 1 edition

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Lewes Hughes

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A plaine and true relation of the goodnes of God towards the Sommer Ilands, written by way of exhortation to stirre vp the people there to praise God
vvhereunto are added certaine questions and answers concerning the keeping holy of the Saboth day, and publicke exercises of religion, written in the Summer Ilands for the benefit of the people there
by Leuues Hughes ...

Published 1621 by Printed by Edward All-de ... in At London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Photocopy. Boston : Massachusetts Historical Society, [1926]. [48] p. : positive ; 24 cm. Reproduced from a copy in the Henry E. Huntington Library, January 1926. No. 153. Reproduction and numbering information from bifolium mounted on front-free endpaper. On double leaves. LC copy assigned local series title: Americana series.

Series
Americana series (Massachusetts Historical Society) ;, no. 153.
Genre
Early works to 1800.

Classifications

Library of Congress
F1613 .H87

The Physical Object

Pagination
[48] p.
Number of pages
48

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6687600M
LC Control Number
26005611

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