The voice of one crying in a wilderness. Or, The business of a Christian, both antecedanous to, concomitant of, and consequent upon, a sore and heavy visitation; represented in several sermons. First preach'd to his own family, lying under such visitation; and now made publick as a thank-offering to the Lord his Healer. By Samuel Shaw, a servant of God in the Gospel of His Son. [Nine lines of quotations]

  • Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696.
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Boston : Re-printed by Rogers and Fowle, for J. Edwards in Cornhill, 1746.

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xviii,[1],20-176p. ; 80.

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ESTC W14454
Evans, 5862

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