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The Rule of Life briefly considered .[together with,] The Second Part of the Rule of Faith, wherein the authority of Church-Guides is stated in a New and Easy Method [&c.] [Also,] the Postscript.to the Rule of Life.

HAWARDEN, Rev.Edward

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3 parts in 1 volume, 12mo, old calf with covers detached, 1719-22, pp.[vi], 65, 74, xxiv, 75-344, xxv-xxx, [2] publisher's list. The book conforms to Clancy 1370, 1371 & 1374 except that the general title-page appears to have been borrowed from the `Second Part' and neatly altered with scissors. It was actually published by Thomas Meighan. N° de ref. de la librería 4373


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Título: The Rule of Life briefly considered .[...

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Encuadernación: Leather binding

Condición del libro: Fair

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Librería John Bevan, Bookseller
Dirección: Marlborough, Reino Unido

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