|Title:||The sweet milke of Christian doctrine in a plaine and naturall method, by question and answere, for their better vnderstanding, for whom it is chiefly written.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The sweet milke of Christian doctrine in a plaine and naturall method, by question and answere, for their better vnderstanding, for whom it is chiefly written.
London: Printed by George Purslowe, for Iohn Hodges, 1617.
Imperfect; lacks all after leaf B8.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Catechisms, English -- Early works to 1800.
To my VVelbeloued friends and Neighbours, the in∣habitants and people of Leigh, in Essex; grace, mercy and peace be multipli∣ed, from God the Father, through our Lord IESVS CHRIST. (**)
THE SWEETE milke of Christian do∣ctrine; in a plaine and naturall method; by Question and Answere.