|Title:||[[A] voice for the king of saints and nations.].|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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[[A] voice for the king of saints and nations.].
[S.l.: s.n., 1657]
|Alternate titles:||Lively voice for the king of saints and nations, &c.|
Attributed to Anna Trapnel by Wing.
Title from Wing.
Date of publication from text on A3r.
Caption title on A3r reads: A lively voice for the king of saints and nations, &c.
Copy lacks title page; work begins on A3; cropped at head, affecting pagination.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
A lively voice for the King of Saints and Nations, &c.
Eighth month 11. day being the first day of the week at nine of the Clock, 1657.
The 13th. Day of the eighth Moneth. 1657.
Octob. 14. 1657.
5. November 1657. about 2. of the Clock.
NOVEMBER the twelfth 1657. about ten of the Clock.
Feb. 7. 1657.
The Evening Psalme.
A Hymme comparing Davids Sling-stone and the
Notes of true Vision.
Faults escap'd the Press.