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A methode vnto mortification: called heretofore, the contempt of the world, and the vanitie thereof : Written at the first in the Spanish, afterward translated into the Italian, English, and Latine tongues: now last of all perused at the request of some of his godly friends, and as may bee most for the benefite of this Church, reformed and published by Thomas Rogers. Allowed by authoritie Preview this item
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A methode vnto mortification: called heretofore, the contempt of the world, and the vanitie thereof : Written at the first in the Spanish, afterward translated into the Italian, English, and Latine tongues: now last of all perused at the request of some of his godly friends, and as may bee most for the benefite of this Church, reformed and published by Thomas Rogers. Allowed by authoritie

Author: Diego de Estella; Thomas Rogers
Publisher: Imprinted at London By Iohn Windet 1608
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Diego de Estella; Thomas Rogers
OCLC Number: 837589671
Notes: A protestant version--STC
First leaf blank, except for signature mark--DFo
Imperfect; lacks last leaf; upper margins cropped, affecting some text
Reproduction of the original in the British Library
STC (2nd ed.), 10543
Translation of: La vanidad del mundo
Description: Online-Ressource.
Other Titles: Vanidad del mundo
Contempt of the world, and the vanitie thereof
La vanidad del mundo
Methode unto mortification

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