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Author: Swan, John, d. 1671.
Title: Profano-mastix. Or, a briefe and necessarie direction concerning the respects which wee owe to God, and his house: even in outward worship, and reverent using of holy places. Shewing chiefly when, and how, wee ought to enter; how to behave our selves being entred, how to depart; as also, how to esteeme of Gods house at every other time. Written out of a true and sincere intent to reduce the disordered and factious, to a better order then either their neglect, stubbornnesse, or scrupulositie can purchase for them. / By Iohn Swan curate of Duxford S. Peters.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Profano-mastix. Or, a briefe and necessarie direction concerning the respects which wee owe to God, and his house: even in outward worship, and reverent using of holy places. Shewing chiefly when, and how, wee ought to enter; how to behave our selves being entred, how to depart; as also, how to esteeme of Gods house at every other time. Written out of a true and sincere intent to reduce the disordered and factious, to a better order then either their neglect, stubbornnesse, or scrupulositie can purchase for them. / By Iohn Swan curate of Duxford S. Peters.
Swan, John, d. 1671.

London: printed by I. D[awson]. and are to be sold by Daniel Pakeman, at the signe of the Raine-bow in Fleet-street neere the Temple gate, 1639.
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Contents
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TO The Right Worshipfull Mr. AN∣THONIE TOPHAM, Doctour of Divinitie, and Deane of Lincolne, all health and happinesse.
The Epistle to the Reader.
PROFANO-MASTIX; OR, A TREATISE FOR DIRE∣ction concerning the respects which we owe to God and his house, even in out∣ward worship, and reverent using of holy places.
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