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A soveraign antidote against the fear of death: or, A cordial for a dying Christian : Being ten select meditations, wherein a Christians objections are answered, and his doubts and fears removed, and many convincing motives and arguments are laid down to perswade him to a willing submission to Gods will, whether he be sent for by a natural or a violent death. By Edward Bury formerly minister of Great Bolas in Shropshire.
- Bury, Edward, 1616-1700.
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Soveraign antidote against the fear of death
Cordial for a dying Christian.
Poem, wherein is set forth the vanity, frailty and brevity of man's life.
London : printed by J. A. for Thomas Parkhurst, at the Bible and three crowns at the lower end of Cheapside, near Mercers-Chappel, 1681.
80 unnumbered pages, 293 pages, 3 unnumbered pages, 8 pages
Signatures: A a-d B-T U⁴ A⁴.
With preliminary advertisement pages on d7v-d8r, errata on U3v, and a final advertisement leaf on U4.
Last numbered sequence has caption title which reads in part, "A poem, wherein is set forth the vanity, frailty and brevity of man's life"; with separate register; the poem is signed: Edward Bury.
Copy tightly bound with slight loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in Dr. William's Library, London, England.
Wing (2nd ed., 1994) B6211.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2088:11) s1999 miun s