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The pensive mans practise. Or, the pensiue mans complaint and comfort : A treatise most necessarie for such as are any way afflicted. Wherein they may reape most sweete consolation and comfort, as well by sweete and familiar most godly directions, as also by comfortable praiers in whatsoeuer calamities. The third time corrected and augmented. By I.N. Preview this item
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The pensive mans practise. Or, the pensiue mans complaint and comfort : A treatise most necessarie for such as are any way afflicted. Wherein they may reape most sweete consolation and comfort, as well by sweete and familiar most godly directions, as also by comfortable praiers in whatsoeuer calamities. The third time corrected and augmented. By I.N.

Author: John Norden
Publisher: London : imprinted by Arn. Hatfield, for Felix Norton, at the signe of the Parrot in Paules Church-yard, 1600.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Norden
OCLC Number: 606550269
Notes: I.N. = John Norden.
Part 2 has separate pagination and register.
"A progresse of pietie, being the third part of the pensiue mans practise" has separate dated title page with separate pagination and register.
Formerly STC 18618.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
Description: 1 online resource ([26], 270, [16], 241, [15], 200, [2] p.)
Other Titles: Pensive mans practise.
Pensive mans practise. Or, the pensive mans complaint and comfort

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