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Author: Hobson, Paul.
Title: Innocency, though under a cloud, cleared. By P.H. a poor prisoner, when almost sunk under pretended friends censures in the day of his sufferings. And also, a discovery of the comforts that attends innocency in a prison. As also, twenty four usefull particulars left by him for his children and friends, and being left in a friends hand for his relations, I could not but make them publick; judging it will be no loss to the author, and great gain to the reader, and justly give offence to none.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Innocency, though under a cloud, cleared. By P.H. a poor prisoner, when almost sunk under pretended friends censures in the day of his sufferings. And also, a discovery of the comforts that attends innocency in a prison. As also, twenty four usefull particulars left by him for his children and friends, and being left in a friends hand for his relations, I could not but make them publick; judging it will be no loss to the author, and great gain to the reader, and justly give offence to none.
Hobson, Paul.

London: [s.n.], printed in the year, 1664.
Notes:
P.H. = Paul Hobson.
With a tabled of contents and errata.
Copy trimmed and tightly bound.
Reproduction of the original in the Dr. Williams' Library, London.
Subject terms:
Prisoners' writings, English -- Early works to 1800.
Christian literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44026.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
To the READER.
To the AUTHOR and READER.
To all that in Truth fear the Lord, and are faithful Followers of the Lamb; or any other that shall reade what I have in this time of my Imprisonment writ.
A TABLE of the Particulars that in this Book I have spoken to.
ERRATA
Ebenezer Ebenezer; The Lord Jehovah is my strength, Christ alone is the Foundation of all my Con∣solation, in this day of my trouble and sad rebuke.
Some Observations useful for all that fear God; but in particular, left for my Children.
Observations as to Duty.
part
Brief Word or two to my Children; which mind as followeth.
part
part
part
part
part
text
letter
response
introduction to hymn
An Hymn I made upon my being taken and carried to Prison, with the Matter and Manner, August 20. 1663.
text
text
text
A Letter from a Friend.
The Answer.