A Mirrour or Looking-glass Both for Saints, and Sinners, Held Forth in Some Thousands of Examples

A Mirrour or Looking-glass Both for Saints, and Sinners, Held Forth in Some Thousands of Examples

Wherein Is Presented, as Gods Wonderful Mercies to the One, So His Severe Judgments Against the Other. Collected Out of the Most Classique Authors, Both Ancient, and Modern, With Some Late Examples Observed by My Self, and Others. Whereunto Are Added A Geographical Description of All the Countries in the Known World: as Also the Wonders of God in Nature; and the Rare, Stupendious, and Costly Works Made by the Art and Industry of Man ... The First Volume

Book - 1671
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Publisher: London : Printed by T. Milbourn for R. Clavel, T. Passinger, W. Cadman, W. Whitwood, T. Sawbridge, and W. Birch, 1671
Edition: The 4th ed.,
Branch Call Number: W- 920 C611
Characteristics: 2 v. front. (port.) 29 cm

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