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A prospective-glass for saints & sinners : whereby may appear and be seen, 1. The author's life ... 2. That there is no true peace of mind in those that account themselves believers, so long as they lead a corrupt life. 3. What great enemies the riches of this world, and poverty are to truth. 4. What that truth and true knowledge is, which giveth satisfaction to the mind of man in this life ...

Author: John Saddington
Publisher: Deal [Kent] : Reprinted for J. May, by J.B. Underdown, 1823.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Saddington
OCLC Number: 20472403
Notes: "Printed in the year 1673, and reprinted ... 1823."
Head-pieces; top-edges uncut, untrimmed.
Title continues: ... a true believer of the witnesses of the Spirit, sent forth by the immediate voice of God Almighty, in the year, 1651.
Description: 122 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. The author's life expressed in the first Epistle --
2. That there is no true peace of mind in those that account themselves believers, so long as they lead a corrupt life --
3. What great enemies the riches of this world, and poverty are to truth --
4. What that truth and true knowledge is, which giveth satisfaction to the mind of man in this life.
Other Titles: Prospective-glass for saints and sinners
Responsibility: by John Saddington ... [Title continued in note].

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