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Author: Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth.
Title: A method, or briefe instruction; verie profitable and speedy, for the reading and vnderstanding of the old and new Testament. The one expounding the other according to the sence and meaning of our our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christ.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A method, or briefe instruction; verie profitable and speedy, for the reading and vnderstanding of the old and new Testament. The one expounding the other according to the sence and meaning of our our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christ.
Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth.

London: Imprinted by T. Orwin. for W. Holme, 1590.
Alternate titles: Method, or briefe instruction; verie profitable and speedy, for the reading and understanding of the old and new Testament. Briefe instruction; verie profitable and speedy, for the reading and understanding of the old and new Testament.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Edward Vaughan.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Bible -- Study -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14281.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Preface.
table
part
The Contents or summe of the first part.
The Contents or summe of the second part.
The Contents of summe of the third part.
The Contents, or somme of the fourth part.
part
1. PERIOD.
The Argument or somme of this first Period.
section
2. PERIOD.
The Argument or summe of the 2. Period.
section
3. Period.
The Argument or summe of this Period.
Now mark a briefe reher∣sall of euerie Tribe, by the obser∣uation whereof, you shall by com∣parison direct your memorie to manie other such like.
4. PERIOD.
5. Period.
6. Period.
7. Period.
8. Period.
The head of Gold.
9. Period.
Armes and breasts of siluer.
The bellie and thighes of Brasse.
His legges of Jron.
His feete part of yron and part of Clay.
part
The Argument of S. Mathew.
The Argument to the Rom.
The Argument of the 1. Cor.
Argument of the 2. Cor.
Argument of the Gallat.
Argument of Ephesians.
The argument of the Philippians.
The argument of the Colloss.
The Argument of 1. Thess.
The Argument of 2. Thess.
The argument of 1. Timothie.
The Argument of 2. Timothie.
The Argument of Titus.
The Argument of Philemon.
The Argument of the Haebrues.
The Argument of Iames.
The Argument of 1. Peter.
The Argument of the 2. Epistle of Peter.
The Argument of the 1. Epistle of Iohn.
The Argument of the 2. Epistle of Iohn.
The Argument of the 3. Epistle of Iohn.
The Argument of Iude.
The Argument of the Reuelation.