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Author: Latey, Gilbert, 1626-1705.
Title: To all you taylors and brokers, who lyes [sic] in wickedness and to all you tradesmen of what trade, imployment or office soever. This to all you from the Lord, that you may return from all your evil wayes, words and works; that you may be hid in the day of his fierce wrath. Knowing also assuredly, that all your prayers, tears and sacrifices are not available, while you regard iniquity in your hearts; your meeting together, and best performances are but sin, and an ill savour in the nostrils of the Lord: therefore from them all return and repent, and leave off your sins; that you may find rest for your souls.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: To all you taylors and brokers, who lyes [sic] in wickedness and to all you tradesmen of what trade, imployment or office soever. This to all you from the Lord, that you may return from all your evil wayes, words and works; that you may be hid in the day of his fierce wrath. Knowing also assuredly, that all your prayers, tears and sacrifices are not available, while you regard iniquity in your hearts; your meeting together, and best performances are but sin, and an ill savour in the nostrils of the Lord: therefore from them all return and repent, and leave off your sins; that you may find rest for your souls.
Latey, Gilbert, 1626-1705.

London: printed for Robert Wilson, at the sign of the Black-spread-Eagle and Wind-Mill in Martins, 1660.
Alternate titles: To all you taylors and brokers, why lyes in wickedness.
Notes:
Signed at foot of page 7: Gilbert Latye.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
Repentance -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49691.0001.001

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To all you Taylors and Brokers, who lies in Wickedness; and to all you Trades-men, of what Trade, Imploy∣ment, or Office soever.