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The lost sheep found, or, The prodigal returned to his fathers house, after many a sad and weary journey through many religious countreys : where now, notwithstanding all his former transgressions, and breach of his fathers commands, he is received in an eternal favor, and all the righteous and wicked sons that he hath left behinde, reserved for eternal misery : as all along every church or dispensation may read in his travels, their portion after this life Preview this item
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The lost sheep found, or, The prodigal returned to his fathers house, after many a sad and weary journey through many religious countreys : where now, notwithstanding all his former transgressions, and breach of his fathers commands, he is received in an eternal favor, and all the righteous and wicked sons that he hath left behinde, reserved for eternal misery : as all along every church or dispensation may read in his travels, their portion after this life

Author: Laurence Claxton
Publisher: London : Printed for the author, 1660.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Laurence Claxton; Laurence Claxton; Laurence Claxton
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Claxton
OCLC Number: 606673721
Description: 1 online resource ([51] [i.e. 61, 3] pages)
Other Titles: Lost sheep found.
Prodigal returned to his fathers house.
Responsibility: written by Laur. Claxton ...

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