|Author:||Hart, John, D.D.|
|Title:||A warning-piece to the sloathful, idle, careless, drunken and secure ones of these last and worst times wherein the danger that attends everyone that delights in any of these vices may be avoided, and the reward of those that have their conversation in holinesse may be attained.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A warning-piece to the sloathful, idle, careless, drunken and secure ones of these last and worst times wherein the danger that attends everyone that delights in any of these vices may be avoided, and the reward of those that have their conversation in holinesse may be attained.
Hart, John, D.D.
London: Printed for William Thackeray ..., 1678.
Reproduction of the original in the Harvard University Library.
Sins -- Early works to 1800.
Vices -- Early works to 1800.
Christian ethics -- Early works to 1800.
A WARNING TO THE Sloathful, Idle, Careless, and Secure Ones, &c.
A word or two of the Definition of Drunkenness.
A perswasion to Temperance, and some mo∣tives for to induce us thereunto; shewing the dangerous effects that come of drunkenness, &c.