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Pietas Romana et Parisiensis, or, a faithful relation of the several sorts of charitable and pious works eminent in the cities of Rome and Paris / The one taken out of the book written by Theodorus Amydenus. The other out of that by Mr. Carr. [abridged by Abraham Woodhead].
- Amydenus, Theodorus.
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Printed at Oxford : [publisher not identified], 
18 unnumbered pages, 113 pages, 5 unnumbered pages, 66 pages ; (8vo)
"Two compendious extracts; one out of Theodorus Amydenus's Pietas romana, written anno Domini 1624 [i.e. 1625]. The other out of Mr. Carr's Piety of Paris, anno Domini 1666"--Pref
The second part has half-title: Pietas parisiensis. Or, A short description of the piety and charity commonly exercised in Paris. Extracted out of Mr. Carr's relation thereof, published an. dom. 1666
Prepared for publication by Abraham Woodhead and published anonymously after his death. cf. Dict. nat. biog. v. 9, p. 178 (no. 12) ; v. 62, p. 399-400 (no. 19)
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New Wing A3033
Wing (2nd ed., 1994), A3033
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