The Holy disciple; or The history of Joseph of Arimathea: who buried the body of Our Blessed Saviour in a new sepulchre of his own. Also the occassion of his travelling into England, and preaching at Glastenbury; where is still growing that noted white thorn, which buds every Christmas-Day in the morning, blossoms at noon, and fades away at night. To which is added, [a] particular account of the knight who peirced our Saviour's side with a spear. With an exact description of the fine cloth of Syndonia, in which Joseph of Arimathea wrapped our Lord when he was buried.
- [ca. 1780]
The holy disciple: Or, the History of Joseph of Arimathea. Wherein is contained a true account of his birth; his parents; his country; his education; his piety; and his begging of Pontius Pilate the body of our blessed Saviour, after his Crucisixion, which he buried in a new Sepulchre of his own. Also, the occasion of his coming to England, where he first preached the Gospel at Glastenbury, in Somersetshire, where is still growing that noted White Thorn, which buds every Christmas-Day in the Morning, blossoms at Noon, and fades at Night, on the Place where he pitched his Staff in the Ground. With a full Relation of his Death and Burial. To which is added, Meditations on the Birth, Life, Death, and Resurrection of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ.
- MDCCLXXVII.