|Author:||Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684.|
|Title:||The pious mans practice in Parliament time. Or A seasonable and necessary tractate concerning the presages, and causes of a common-wealths ruine, and the wayes, and meanes to preserve a church, and state, in prosperity, plenty, purity, and peace. By R. Ward, utriusque regni in Artibus Magister; and preacher of Gods holy word at Stansteed Mount-Fitchet in Essex.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The pious mans practice in Parliament time. Or A seasonable and necessary tractate concerning the presages, and causes of a common-wealths ruine, and the wayes, and meanes to preserve a church, and state, in prosperity, plenty, purity, and peace. By R. Ward, utriusque regni in Artibus Magister; and preacher of Gods holy word at Stansteed Mount-Fitchet in Essex.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684.
London: printed by T. Cotes for P. Cole, at the signe of the Glove and Lyon in Corne-hill neere the Royall Exchange, 1641.
|Alternate titles:||Pious mans practice in Parliament time Seasonable and necessary tractate.|
The second part, propositions 4 and 5, has separate pagination and register.
With an imprimatur dated Novemb. 19. 1640 on the final leaf (2H12r).
2H10 is mis-signed 2I2; the penultimate leaf (2H11) is blank.
Copy has some print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the Lambeth Palace Library, London.
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
Religion and politics -- England -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL, AND NOBLE BRO∣THERS, AND HIS WORTHIE, AND MUCH HONOVRED Patrons, Sir Iohn Mainard Knight (together with his Religious and vertuous Lady) and Timothy Middleton Esquire.
TO THE WORSHIPFVLL AND HIS REALLY Approved, Cordiall Friends, THOMAS AUSTEN Esquire, and his religious Consort.
THE PIOVS MANS PRACTICE IN PARLIAMENT TIME.
The second part wherein is handled the fourth and fifth Propositions.