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Disce mori. = Learne to die : a religious discourse mouing euery Christian man to enter into a serious remembrance of his end. Wherein also is contained the mean and manner of disposing himselfe to God, before and at the time of his departure. Newlyenlarged [sic] by the same author. In the whole, somewhat happily may be obserued, necessary to be thought vpon while we are aliue, and when we are dying to aduise our selues and others. Preview this item
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Disce mori. = Learne to die : a religious discourse mouing euery Christian man to enter into a serious remembrance of his end. Wherein also is contained the mean and manner of disposing himselfe to God, before and at the time of his departure. Newlyenlarged [sic] by the same author. In the whole, somewhat happily may be obserued, necessary to be thought vpon while we are aliue, and when we are dying to aduise our selues and others.

Author: Christopher Sutton
Publisher: London : Printed by I. Windet, for widdow Burby, and are to be sold at his shop in paules Churchyeard, 1609.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Sutton
OCLC Number: 606537776
Description: 1 online resource ([48], 483 [i.e. 484, 20] pages) : illustrations (woodcuts)
Other Titles: Learne to die

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