|Author:||Jones, Anthony, fl. 1622.|
|Title:||A spiritual chaine, and armour of choice, for Sion souldiers. Which, whosoeuer weareth graciously, shall be sure of the best honour, comfort and safetie (whether he liue or die in the battell) that can come to a Christian souldier. Very necessary for these times.|
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A spiritual chaine, and armour of choice, for Sion souldiers. Which, whosoeuer weareth graciously, shall be sure of the best honour, comfort and safetie (whether he liue or die in the battell) that can come to a Christian souldier. Very necessary for these times.
Jones, Anthony, fl. 1622.
London: Printed by William Iones, for Robert Mylbourne at the great south doore of Pauls, 1622.
|Alternate titles:||Spirituall chaine for Sion souldiers.|
Anonymous. By Anthony Jones.
Pages 30-31 misnumbered.
Formerly STC 4933.
Running title reads: A spirituall chaine for Sion souldiers.
Imperfect; pages 23-24 lacking; beginning-page 35 supplied from British Library copy at end.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Soldiers -- Religious life -- Early works to 1800.
TO MY ESPECIAL, REVEREND, LOVING AND BELOVED FRIENDS (BOTH Magistrates, Ministers and others) who loue the Sion of our God, and to such friends of theirs also as vnto whom they shall thinke good to impart this booke (for the end here proposed,) and in conclusion to all them who intend to publish any Treatise: Grace and peace be multiplied from God the Father, and from our Lord Iesus Christ. Amen.
To those patterne Captaines (so I call them who are Leaders by their godly exam∣ple) of the Artillerie and Militarie in the Citie of Lon∣don (that famous Citie of the kingdome, his Maiesties most strong, safe and trustie Chamber) and to all others there, who any way haue any speciall hand for vphold∣ing the practise of Chiualrie (in what offices soeuer they be setled) I wish all maner of peace from the God of peace, and all holy and prouident preparation for all kinds of godly warre.
To the worthie Captaines and to the whole Companies of the Artillerie in other Cities and Townes of our Nation, who haue imitated this famous patterne of the Citie of the Kingdome, and chiefly to Londons notable neighbours for imita∣tion, I meane them of the Artillerie at Westminster, and to all other gracious helpers thereunto, the selfe same peace in the selfe same sort, that is to say, all maner ho∣ly peace in the God of peace.
A SPIRITVAL CHAINE, AND ARMOVR OF CHOICE, FOR SION SOVLDIERS.
A short Postscript touching Sion Captaines.