|Author:||Secker, William, d. 1681?|
|Title:||The nonsuch professor in his Meridian splendor,: or the singular actions of sanctified Christians. Laid open in seaven sermons at Allhallows church in the wall, London. / By William Secker preacher of the gospel.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The nonsuch professor in his Meridian splendor,: or the singular actions of sanctified Christians. Laid open in seaven sermons at Allhallows church in the wall, London. / By William Secker preacher of the gospel.
Secker, William, d. 1681?
London: Printed by M.S. for Thomas Parkhurst, to be sold at his shpo at the three crowns, over against the great conduit in Cheapside, 1660.
TO THE HONOURABLE, And truly Noble Patriots Sr Edward Barkham, Knight and Baronet; and his Religious consort Dame Francis Barkham of Tottenham in the County of Middlesex.
The Author to the Reader.
A Table of the chief Contents of this Treatise.
Courteous Reader, correct with thy Pen the faults of the Presse, either such as are Ver∣bal, or such which are Literal, the most whereof thou shalt find in this ERRATA.
THE Non-such Professor IN His Meridian splendor. OR, The singular Actions OF Sanctified Christians.
Books Printed for, and sold by Thomas Parkhurst at the three Crowns over against the great Conduit, at the lower end of Cheapside.