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Author: Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth.
Title: A plaine and perfect method, for the easie vnderstanding of the whole Bible containing seauen obseruations, dialoguewise, betweene the parishioner, and the pastor.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A plaine and perfect method, for the easie vnderstanding of the whole Bible containing seauen obseruations, dialoguewise, betweene the parishioner, and the pastor.
Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth.

London: Printed by T. S[nodham] for the widow [A.] Helme, and are to be sould at her shop in S. Dunstans Church-yard in Fleetstreet, 1617.
Alternate titles: Plaine and perfect method, for understanding the Bible Plaine and perfect method, for understanding the Bible. Plaine and perfect method, for the easie understanding of the whole Bible.
Notes:
An edition of: Vaughan, Edward. A plaine and perfect method, for understanding the Bible.
Printer's name and bookseller's initial from STC.
Page numbers 203-203 are repeated in page numbering.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Bible -- Study -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14284.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT Reuerend Father in God, the Lo: Bishop of Lich∣field and Couent.
A PREFACE to my Countrey-men of WALES: and especially to my Countrey-men, and Kinsmen of that ancient Borough of Abergevenny in the County of Monmouth.
Some briefe and necessary Introducti∣ons, to the reading of this Booke, by way of Questions and Answers, betweene the Parishioner and the PASTOR.
The Lamentation of a sorrowfull sinner.
A comfortable Confection for a sorrowfull Sinner.
The Sinner desires to know what Faith is.
An Answere what Faith is.
The Sinner desireth to know how to attaine Faith.
An Answere how to attaine Faith.
Whether the reading of gods word onely auaile.
An answere how far reading reacheth for auailement.
Whether all men are saued that heare Preaching.
An Answere how farre Preaching auaileth.
The Parishioner demandeth what else is to be done besides the hearing of Preaching.
The Pastor answereth, the word must be meditated and priuately exercised.
Seauen obseruations.
The first Obseruation, or Age, amounteth to 1656. yeares, which I proue by the Ages of these ten holy Fathers, thrice recko∣ned in Gen. 5. to wit;
The Age of the second Obseruation.
The Age of the third Obseruation.
The age of the fourth Obseruation.
The Age of the fift Obseruation.
The Age of the sixt Obseruation.
The Age of the seauenth Obseruation.
The matter principall in the first Obseruation.
The matter principall vpon the second Obseruation.
The matter principall vpon the third Obseruation.
The matter principall vpon the fourth Obseruation.
The matter principall vpon the fift Obseruation.
The matter principall vpon the sixt Obseruation.
The matter principall vpon the seauenth story.
The first particular of the first Obseruation concer∣ning the Creation.
The second Obseruation, from Genesis the ninth to Genesis the twelfth.
The second particular in the third Obseruation, concerning Gods promise to Abraham.
The third Particular.
The fourth Particular.
The fift Particular.
The sixt Particular.
The 7. Particular in the third Obseruation.
The eight Particular, con∣cerning Moses.
The first Particular.
The second Particular, con∣cerning the miraculous depar∣ture of Israell out of Egipt.
The third Particular.
The Fourth Particular.
The fift Particular, con∣cerning Iosua.
The sixt Particular, concer∣ning the booke of Iudges.
The seauenth Particular, con∣cerning Samuell, in the fourth Obseruation.
The eight Particular, con∣cerning Saul.
The ninth Particular, con∣cerning Dauid.
The tenth Particular, con∣cerning Salomon.
The first Particular concer∣ning the Kings of Israell and Iudah.
The first particular concer∣ning the Kings of Iudah, at Ierusalem.
The second Particular of the fift Obseruation, concer∣ning the captiuitie of Iudah and Ierusalem.
The fourth Particular, con∣cerning the captiuating of the Kings of Israell.
The seauenth Obseruation, comprehending, Dan. 6. to the end, Ezra, Nehemiah, Hester, Haggi, Zachariah, and Malachi.
The first Degree.
The second Degree.
The third Degree.
The fourth Degree.
The fift Degree.
The sixt Degree.
The seauenth Degree.
Reason for the first.
Reason for the second.
Reason for the third.
Reason for the fourth.
Reason for the fift.
Reason for the sixt.
Reason for the seauenth.
A Prayer for the Morning.
A Prayer for the Euening.