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Author: Price, Daniel, 1581-1631.
Title: Prælium & præmium. The Christians warre and rewarde. A sermon preached before the Kings maiestie at VVhitehall the 3. of May. 1608. By Daniell Price Master of Arts of Exeter Colledge, and chapleyn in ordinarie to the prince.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Prælium & præmium. The Christians warre and rewarde. A sermon preached before the Kings maiestie at VVhitehall the 3. of May. 1608. By Daniell Price Master of Arts of Exeter Colledge, and chapleyn in ordinarie to the prince.
Price, Daniel, 1581-1631.

Oxford: Printed by Ioseph Barnes, 1608.
Notes:
Dedication to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
On Rev. ii.26.
"The dedication implies that the book took four days to print (?), and claims to be the first from the University Press since the archbishop (Richard Bancroft) became Chancellor (23 Apr. 1608)."--Madan, Oxford Books I, p. 71 no. 10.
Page 15 misnumbered 5; 25-28 missing; text is continuous.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A10052.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MOST REVEREND FATHER IN GOD, THE LORD Arch-bishop of Canterburie his Grace, Primat and Metrapolitan of all England, one of his Maiesties most Honorable priuie Counsel, & the right worthy Chaun¦celour of the famous Vniuersitie of Oxford.
The Text.