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The blessed life and meritorious death of Our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ, from His conception to His cross, and from His cross to His crown : together with the series, and order of His ministery, and miracles, as they are recorded by the four Evangelists, wherein what is wanting in one is supplied out of the other
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Year: 1664 Publisher: London Printed for William Miller,

An Humble adoration to our Blessed Lord Iesus in the Holie Sacrament of his precious body.
Year: 1664 Publisher: S.l. s.n.,

The Christians best garment: or, The putting on of the Lord Jesus Christ : Wherein the absolute necessity, excellency, and usefulness of Christ, as a garment, to believing souls, is briefly open and applied. Secondly, the naked, miserable, lost, and undone condition of all unbelievers, who have not put on this garment, discovered. Thirdly and lastly, some few brief, but powerful motives to perswade us to the putting on of this garment, with directions how to live to the glory of Christ here, that so we may live with Christ hereafter in glory. By a godly, able, and faithful servant of Jesus Christ.
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Year: 1664 Publisher: London printed for E. Andrews, at the White Lion near Pye-Corner,

Meditations and prayers of the life, passion, resurrection and ascension of our Saviovr Iesus Christ. Written in Latine by Thomas of Kempis canon regular of the order of S. Augustine, true authour of The following of Christ. And Englished by Thomas Carre confessour to the canonesses regular of S. Augustins order of N. Dame de Sion

Christ's last sermon, or, The everlasting estate and condition of all men in the world to come. : Exactly describing the everlasting, blessed, and happy condition of the children of God in glory for ever: with the everlasting, endlesse, and caseless [sic] condition of wicked men in the world to come forever. Set forth for the comfort of the godly, and for the terror of the ungodly.
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Year: 1664 Publisher: Edinburgh Printed for Andrevv Anderson,

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