A preservative of piety in a quiet reasoning for those duties of religion, that are the means and helps appointed of God for the preserving and promoting of godliness. (1662)
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A preservative of piety in a quiet reasoning for those duties of religion, that are the means and helps appointed of God for the preserving and promoting of godliness.
Thomas, William, 1593-1667.
The words '1. Reading .. Lords-day-Sabbath.' and '1. Houshold-catechising. .. Psalms.' are bracketed together on title page.
Variant: imprint has 'Edward Thomaas'.
Identified as Wing T988a (variant) on reel 1160.
, 231,  p.
London : Printed for Edward Thomas, and are to be sold at his shop at the Adam and Eve in Little-Brittain, M.DC.LXII. 
Wing (2nd ed.) / T988
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