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Author: Levitt, William.
Title: The Samaritans box newly opened:: powring his oyl into the wounds of a distressed kingdome; and communicating wholsom advice to all estates, especially to his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, the Honourable Councel of War, together with the Agitators of the Army. Wherein is laid down 1. The particular causes of all our calamities. 2. Divers considerations tending to moderation. 3. Rules to prevent growth of evils. 4. Assured means to procure peace, and put an end to all our troubles. / By William Levitt.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Samaritans box newly opened:: powring his oyl into the wounds of a distressed kingdome; and communicating wholsom advice to all estates, especially to his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, the Honourable Councel of War, together with the Agitators of the Army. Wherein is laid down 1. The particular causes of all our calamities. 2. Divers considerations tending to moderation. 3. Rules to prevent growth of evils. 4. Assured means to procure peace, and put an end to all our troubles. / By William Levitt.
Levitt, William.

London: Printed by James and Joseph Moxon, at the signe of the Sugar loaf in Hourns-ditch, 1647.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88081.0001.001

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1. For the Causes of our Calamities.
2. Divers Considerations tending to Moderation.
3. Remedies to prevent growth of future evils.
4. Means to put an end to all our Troubles.
Lastly, Short and seasonable advice to the suffer∣ing Party, whether Presbyterian or Independent.
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