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Author: Payne, John, fl. 1597.
Title: Royall exchange to suche worshipfull citezins, marchants, gentlemen and other occupiers of the contrey as resorte therevnto. Try to retaine, or send back agayne. The contents ys after the preface. Sene and allowed here.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Royall exchange to suche worshipfull citezins, marchants, gentlemen and other occupiers of the contrey as resorte therevnto. Try to retaine, or send back agayne. The contents ys after the preface. Sene and allowed here.
Payne, John, fl. 1597.

In Harlem: Printed wth Gulis Romaen, M.D.XCVII [1597]
Alternate titles: Christian exhortation.
Notes:
Preface signed: John Payne.
Running title reads: Christian exhortation.
Some print blurred.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09176.0001.001

Contents
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To the worshipful and grave Cittizin of London / Mr. A. T. wth others of my lovinge ac∣quayntans in the Royall Exchange: grace and peace wyshed to be compfortablie felt bothe in lyfe and at the instant of deathe / through Iesus Christ our Lord accordinge to Moyses / the Psalmes and the Prophetts / Amen.
The contents of the Booke fyrst the preface for all as for one.
Now Gentle Reader.
Gentlemen warned of the opinions of the Anabaptists.
To the Anabaptist T.M. prisonner at Norwch.