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Author: Newnam, Richard.
Title: The complaint of English subjects delivered in two parts. First part, is the complaint, of the poor, middle, and meanest sorts of subjects, concerning their bodily assistance. Second part, is the true Christians complaint, against vice, and wickedness, for the good of their soul's health. Also, werein is set forth, the late prodigious growth, of atheism, errors, and vice: with a call to repentance. As also, how needful it is, in these times, for every one of us, first of all, to look into our own hearts, and endeavour to amend what is their amiss. And lastly, a brief discourse, concerning our late unfruitful, and cold summers: as also, what is thought to be the real causes of it, by way of opposition, to the opinion of astrologers. By Richard Newnam of Tiverton in Devonshire.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The complaint of English subjects delivered in two parts. First part, is the complaint, of the poor, middle, and meanest sorts of subjects, concerning their bodily assistance. Second part, is the true Christians complaint, against vice, and wickedness, for the good of their soul's health. Also, werein is set forth, the late prodigious growth, of atheism, errors, and vice: with a call to repentance. As also, how needful it is, in these times, for every one of us, first of all, to look into our own hearts, and endeavour to amend what is their amiss. And lastly, a brief discourse, concerning our late unfruitful, and cold summers: as also, what is thought to be the real causes of it, by way of opposition, to the opinion of astrologers. By Richard Newnam of Tiverton in Devonshire.
Newnam, Richard.

London: printed, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1700.
Alternate titles: Complaints of the poor, middle, and meanest sorts of English subjects, &c.
Notes:
Caption title on p. 1 reads: The complaints of the poor, middle, and meanest sorts of English subjects, &c.
Text is continuous despite pagination.
Errata on verso of final leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Durham University Library.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1900.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
Great Britain -- Social conditions -- Early works to 1900.
Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53112.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
THE Epistle DEDICATORY.
introduction
The Complaints of the poor, middle, and meanest sorts of English Subjects, &c.
And now may it Please Your Most Gratious Majesty, and the Honourable Parliament:
And now again, I say, may it please Your Most Gratious Majesty, and the Honou∣rable Parliament, this Second Part of my Discourse, with all humble Submission to Your Greatness, these I also Dedicate, and farther say, as followeth.
Part II.
And now at Last,
And Last of all,
errata