Treatise of heavenly philosophie

conteyning therein, not onely the most pithie sentences of Gods sacred Scriptures, but also the sayings of certeine auncient and holie fathers, as also of sundry others

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References: STC, 19138; Lowndes, Bib. Man., v.4, p.1395.

Other titlesBible. English. Selections. 1578.
Statementprepared and ordered greatly to edifie (according to the time) the vertuous and godlie Christian by T.P.
ContributionsPalfreyman, Thomas, d. 1589?
LC ClassificationsBS432 T73
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Pagination[62], 816, [40] p. ;
Number of Pages816
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