|Title:||A looking-glass for a proud pharisee (very zealous and very ignorant:) as also for a true Christian (very meek and very mercifull:) discovering an effectual way (by the mysterie of God) for the healing of the land, through the uniting al sides to God, and one to another, by Jesus Christ. Humbly presented to the city of London, by Robert Prier, a memeber of it.|
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A looking-glass for a proud pharisee (very zealous and very ignorant:) as also for a true Christian (very meek and very mercifull:) discovering an effectual way (by the mysterie of God) for the healing of the land, through the uniting al sides to God, and one to another, by Jesus Christ. Humbly presented to the city of London, by Robert Prier, a memeber of it.
London: printed by J. M. and are to be sold by Henry Overton in Popeshead Alley, and Giles Calvert at the west end of Pauls, 1648.
|Alternate titles:||A cristall looking-glass for a proud Pharisee. Looking glass for a proud Pharisee. Cristall looking glass for a proud Pharisee. Looking-glass for a proud Pharisee, very zealous and yet very ignorant.|
Another edition of: Prier, Robert. A cristall looking-glass for a proud Pharisee.
Text is continuous despite pagination.
With contents and index at end and errata on final leaf.
Running title: A looking-glass for a proud Pharisee, very zealous and yet very ignorant.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library, Cmpbridge, England.
Bible -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
Bible -- Quotations -- Early works to 1800.
THE EPISTLE: OR A Word in kindness, and good will, to inform the READER.
A Vindication, &c.
An Explanation touching the word Note, Hand, or Behold.
An Explanation touching the Hand or Finger of Oppression.
A WORD To you that are SCHOLARS IN Christs School.
A WORD Touching the Author and Nature Of this TREATISE.
The Authors Request.
A LOOKING-GLASS FOR A Proud Pharisee, Who is Very Zealous and yet very Ignorant.
A Cordial PETITION for our SICKLY TIMES, Humbly presented unto all sorts of men.
A word of vindication concerning those honest men which are called by that foolish name of Indepen∣dents, whether they be Ministers or others.
THE LOVE of GOD AND THE Blood of Jesus Christ Are a soveraign medicine to take away sin, past, present and to come, 1 JOHN 1.7, 9, 10.
table of contents
THE CONTENTS Of this BOOK, Directing to the Chapters, Sections and Pages, where they are spoken to.
THE CONTENTS Of this BOOK, Being the second Part, Directing to the Chapters, Sections, and Pages where they are spoken to.