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|Named Person:||Philip Pain|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip Pain; Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Publisher's flier for reprint of book by Philip Pain originally published in Cambridge, Mass. in 1668; includes list of library publications on page .
Page  is facsimile of title page of original; p.  is facsimile of a page in the original containing Meditations 9 through 12, for July 21.
Date from publication date of reprint.
|Description:||4 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 20 x 14 cm.|
|Contents:||Meditat. 9 (First line: Man's life is like a rose, that in the spring) ; Meditat. 10 (First line: Alas, what is the world? a sea of glass) ; Meditat. 11 (First line: Had I as many dayes to live, as I) ; Meditat. 12 (First line: I every day do see that here below) / Philip Pain.|
|Series Title:||Photostat Americana, 2nd ser., no. 6.|
|Other Titles:||Man's life is like a rose, that in the spring.
Alas, what is the world? a sea of glass.
Had I as many dayes to live, as I.
Had I as many days to live, as I.
I every day do see that here below.
Quotidian preparations for, and considerations of death and eternity