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Author: Venner, Richard, b. 1598?
Title: Panoplia, or, The whole armour of God explained and applyed for the conduct and comfort of a Christian in all his tryals and tentations : as also the dying preachers legacy in several sermons, being the last labours of the reverend author in the course of his ministry : together with certain seasonable considerations proving the lawfulness and expediency of a set form of lyturgy in the church / by Richard Venner.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Panoplia, or, The whole armour of God explained and applyed for the conduct and comfort of a Christian in all his tryals and tentations : as also the dying preachers legacy in several sermons, being the last labours of the reverend author in the course of his ministry : together with certain seasonable considerations proving the lawfulness and expediency of a set form of lyturgy in the church / by Richard Venner.
Venner, Richard, b. 1598?

London: Printed by T. Ratcliffe for John Durham, 1662.
Notes:
"All prepared for the press by the reverend author before his decease and now made publick for the common good."
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Theology, Doctrinal.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64806.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Right Honourable, Right Worshipful, and others, his Worthy Parishioners, and diligent frequenters of the Or∣dinances of God, of the Parish-Church in St. Maryes in Warwick, to∣gether with the whole Body of the said Burrough, Grace, Mercy and Peace from God the Father, and Jesus Christ his dear Son.
Memorandum; A Speech made in St. Maries Church in Warwick, the second day of September, 1660. for the satisfaction of the Con∣gregation there assembled, upon my beginning to Read the Book of Com∣mon-Prayer again publickly in the Church, after sixteen years disconti∣nuance.
A Christian Warfare.
THE Dying Preachers Legacy.