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Author: Goddard, Thomas.
Title: Miscellanea, or, Serious, useful considerations, moral, historical, theological together with The characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions, an essay : also, a little box of safe, purgative, and restorative pils, to be constantly taken by all those that desire either to get their souls into, or to keep them in, an healthful, holy, heavenly frame and temper, or, A wholesome diet-drink for Christians / by Tho. Goddard, Gent.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Miscellanea, or, Serious, useful considerations, moral, historical, theological together with The characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions, an essay : also, a little box of safe, purgative, and restorative pils, to be constantly taken by all those that desire either to get their souls into, or to keep them in, an healthful, holy, heavenly frame and temper, or, A wholesome diet-drink for Christians / by Tho. Goddard, Gent.
Goddard, Thomas.

London: Printed by E.C. for Tho. William ... and Will. Thompson ..., 1661.
Notes:
"The characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions" has special t.p. and paging.
Errata: p. [32].
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Subject terms:
Devotional exercises.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A42893.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honourable, ROBERT, Earl of SVNDERLAND and BARON of Wormleiton.
TO THE Christian Reader.
To his Worthy Friend, Mr. THO. GODDARD.
To my worthily honoured, AND Very good Friend Mr. THOMAS GODDARD.
The Printer to the READER
errata
ERRATA.
MISCELLANEA; OR, Serious Usefull Considerations, Morall, Historical, Theologicall.
I. Of God.
The Prayer.
II. Of Jesus Christ; and, A Christi∣ans Duty unto Christ.
The Prayer.
III. Of the Holy Ghost.
The Prayer.
IV. Of Sinne and Sinners.
The Prayer.
V. Of the World, and the brightest Jewell in its Crowne, Soveraignty.
The Prayer.
VI. Of Loyalty, and Rebellion.
The Prayer.
VII. Of Riches.
The Prayer.
VII. Of Covetousnesse; And Covetous Persons.
The Prayer.
IX. Of Pleasure.
The Prayer.
X. Of Health.
The Prayer.
XI. Of saving Faith, and Sincere Love.
The Prayer.
XII. Of Repentance.
The Prayer.
XIII. Of Prayer.
The Prayer.
XIV. Of Sincerity and Hypocrisie. Together with some Charact∣ers of both sincere and hypocriticall Christians, and Professors.
The Prayer.
XV. Of Afflictions.
The Prayer.
XVI. Of Patience.
The Prayer.
XVII. Of Baptism.
The Prayer.
XVIII. Of the Sacrament of the Lords Supper.
The Prayer.
XIX. Of Preaching.
The Prayer.
XX. Of godly, learned, and of ungodly, unlear∣ned Ministers.
The Prayer.
XXI. Self-calling. Of Self-making preachers, or rather Praters and Seducers.
The Prayer.
XXII. Of a good and a bad Conscience.
The Prayer.
XXIII. Of Life.
The Prayer.
XXIV. Of Death.
The Prayer.
title page
THE CHARACTERS OF A True Beleever, In PARADOXES, AND Seeming Contradictions.
A little Box of safe Purgative and Restorative Pills to be constantly ta∣ken by all those that desire either to get their Souls into, or to keep them in, an healthfull, holy, heavenly Frame, and Temper.
The Table.
A little dark PICTURE of the Great, Glorious, Unparallel'd Loyalty, Piety, and Policy of the Renowned Restorer of Monar∣chy, Liberty, Tranquillity, and Prospe∣rity to ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, and IRELAND
Upon the Happy, Safe and miraculous return of our Sacred Soveraign CHARLES II. to his Scepter, Citie, and Subjects on the XXIX. day of May 1660; A short, Loyal, and Cordial
Congratulatory POEM.