|Author:||Spencer, Benjamin, b. 1595?|
|Title:||The vvay to everlasting happinesse: or, the substance of christian religion methodically and plainly handled in a familiar discourse dialogue-wise: wherein, the doctrine of the Church of England is vindicated; the ignorant instructed, and the faithfull directed in their travels to heaven. By Benjamin Spencer, preacher of the word of God at Bromley neer Bow in Middlesex.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The vvay to everlasting happinesse: or, the substance of christian religion methodically and plainly handled in a familiar discourse dialogue-wise: wherein, the doctrine of the Church of England is vindicated; the ignorant instructed, and the faithfull directed in their travels to heaven. By Benjamin Spencer, preacher of the word of God at Bromley neer Bow in Middlesex.
Spencer, Benjamin, b. 1595?
London: printed by W.H. for William Hope, and are to be sold at his shop next door to St Bartholomewes Church, on the north side of the Royall Exchange, 1659.
|Alternate titles:||Way to everlasting happinesse Christian dialogve between Philalethes and Mathetes (p. 1)|
With a poem, an illustration, and a portrait on the first 4 pages; with an advertisment on p. ; with marginal notes; with a final table of contents.
Gathered in 4's.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Church of England -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
The explanation of the Picture of the Church.
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.
A CHRISTIAN DIALOGVE between PHILALETHES and MATHETES.
A CHRISTIAN DIALOGVE between PHILALETHES and MATHEIES. Part 2.
The Table of the Contents.
The second part beginning next to 119. but figured by 115.