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Author: Spicer, John.
Title: The sale of salt. Or The seasoning of soules. Namely such, as for whom the chapmen here doe come, and whom the author, which taketh the name of a salter, is willing, what in him lieth, to season with the salt of the Word, leauing the successe to the Lord, without whose blessing in such works we can do nothing. Written by Iohn Spicer, minister of the word of God at Leckhamsteed in the county of Buckingham.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The sale of salt. Or The seasoning of soules. Namely such, as for whom the chapmen here doe come, and whom the author, which taketh the name of a salter, is willing, what in him lieth, to season with the salt of the Word, leauing the successe to the Lord, without whose blessing in such works we can do nothing. Written by Iohn Spicer, minister of the word of God at Leckhamsteed in the county of Buckingham.
Spicer, John.

London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, and are to be sold [by Simon Waterson] at the signe of the Crowne in Paules Church-yard, 1611.
Alternate titles: Sale of salt Seasoning of soules.
Notes:
Puritan propaganda in dialogue form.
Bookseller's name from STC.
The page between 367 and 389 is numbered 366.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Page 178 mutilated.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12793.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the right Worshipfull Knights, Sir Anthony Greeneway my very good Patron, Sir Francis Cheyney, and Sir Richard Ingoldsby, three of his Maie∣sties Iustices for the Peace in the Coun∣ty of Buckingham, I. S. wisheth conti∣nuance of God his blessings in this life, and afterwards euerlasting rest and ioy, through Ie∣sus our Sauiour.
The Contents of this Booke.
The sale of Salt.
The first Chapman.
The second Chapman.
The third Chapman.
The 4. and 5. Chapmen.
The sixth Chapman.
The seauenth Chapman.
The eighth Chapman.
The ninth Chapman.
The tenth Chapman.
The eleuenth Chapman.
The twelfth Chapman.
The thirteenth Chapman.
The fourteenth Chapman.
The fifteenth Chapman.
The sixteenth Chapman.
The seuenteenth Chapman.
The eighteenth Chapman.
The Dialogue.
The Dyalogue: