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Author: Love, Christopher, 1618-1651.
Title: The true and perfect speec [sic] of Mr. Christopher Love on the scaffold on Tower-Hill on Friday last, being the two and twentieth day of this instant August, 1651.: Comprizing his funerall sermon; his exhortation to the citizen his propositions touching religion; and his prayer immediately before his head was severed from his body. Together with Mr. Gibbons his speech; and the manner of his deportment, carriage, and resolution: published for the good of the Common-wealth of England.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The true and perfect speec [sic] of Mr. Christopher Love on the scaffold on Tower-Hill on Friday last, being the two and twentieth day of this instant August, 1651.: Comprizing his funerall sermon; his exhortation to the citizen his propositions touching religion; and his prayer immediately before his head was severed from his body. Together with Mr. Gibbons his speech; and the manner of his deportment, carriage, and resolution: published for the good of the Common-wealth of England.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651.

Imprinted at London: by Iohn Clowes, 1651.
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Love, Christopher, -- 1618-1651
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ove his Speech on the Scaffold on Tower Hill on Friday last, being accompanied by the Sheriffs, Mr. Calamy (the Minister) and other Gentlemen of quality; With the manner of his Deportment; upon the preaching of his Funerall Sermon, and his Exhortation to the People worthy of perusal.