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Author: Spencer, Benjamin, b. 1595?
Title: Chrysomeson, a golden meane, or, A middle way for Christians to walk by wherein all seekers of truth and shakers in the faith may find the true religion independing upon mans invention, and be established therein : intended as a key to Christianity, as a touchstone for a traveller, as a probe for a Protestant, as a sea-mark for a sailor : in a Christian dialogue between Philalethes and his friend Mathetes, seeking satisfaction / by Benjamin Spencer ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Chrysomeson, a golden meane, or, A middle way for Christians to walk by wherein all seekers of truth and shakers in the faith may find the true religion independing upon mans invention, and be established therein : intended as a key to Christianity, as a touchstone for a traveller, as a probe for a Protestant, as a sea-mark for a sailor : in a Christian dialogue between Philalethes and his friend Mathetes, seeking satisfaction / by Benjamin Spencer ...
Spencer, Benjamin, b. 1595?

London: Printed for B.S. the author and are to be sold by William Hope at his shop ..., 1659.
Alternate titles: Way to everlasting happinesse
Notes:
Caption title: A Christian dialogve between Philalethes and Mathetes.
Published in 1659 under title: The way to everlasting happinesse.
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Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A61104.0001.001

Contents
title page
The explanation of the Picture of the Church.
frontispiece
To all his true Christian friends, living and dwel∣ling in the famous City of London, or Coun∣tries adjacent, or dispersed elswhere; especially to those that have been, and are his Parishioners and Auditors; B. S. wisheth temporall bles∣sings, internal graces, and eternall glory, through Jesus Christ our Lord Amen.
To the grave Governours of St Thomas Ho∣spitall in Southwarke.
To the right Worshipfull, Sir John Jacob Knight.
To the worthy Society of Mercers.
To the Worshipfull, Mr George Price, Esquire.
To the right Worshipfull, Sir Stephen Lennard, Knight
To the Worshipfull, Mr Eliab Harvey.
To his very good friend, Mr Thomas Tomlins.
To the Reader in generall.
These Books following are printed, and to be sold by William Hope, on the North side of the Roy∣all Exchange, at his shop next door to St Bar∣tholomews Church.
dialogue
A CHRISTIAN DIALOGVE between PHILALETHES and MATHETES.
A CHRISTIAN DIALOGVE between PHILALETHES and MATHEIES.
The Table of the Contents.