|Author:||Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699.|
|Title:||A discourse concerning God's judgements resolving many weighty questions and cases relating to them : preached (for the substance of it) at Old Swinford in Worcester-shire / by Simon Ford.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A discourse concerning God's judgements resolving many weighty questions and cases relating to them : preached (for the substance of it) at Old Swinford in Worcester-shire / by Simon Ford.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699., Illingworth, James, d. 1693.
London: Printed by A.C. for Henry Brome, 1678.
"Now published to accompany the annexed narrative concerning the man whose hands and legs lately rotted off, in the neighbouring parish of Kings-Swinford in Staffordshire, penned by another author."
"A just narrative or account of the man whose hands and legs rotted off" has special t.p.
Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Duncalf, John, -- d. 1677.
Providence and government of God.
To his Honoured Friends, THOMAS TOLEY OF KEDERMINSTER; AND PHILIP TOLEY OF PRESTWOOD-HALL, Esquires.
To the Christian Readers of this Dis∣course, and the annexed Narra∣tive: Especially the Inhabitants of Old Swinford and Kings-Swinford, with the Town of Sturbridge, and the adjacent Parishes and Hamlets.
To the Reverend S. FORD. D. D. Rector of Old-Swinford in Worcestershire.
A just Narrative or Account of the Man whose Hands and Legs Rotted off in the Parish of Kings-Swinford in Staf∣fordshire, where he Died, June 21. 1677.