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Author: Malpas, Thomas.
Title: A box of spikenard newly broken: not so much for the preparation of the burial; as for the clearer illustration, and exornation of the birth and nativity of our blessed Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus. Contained in a short and sweet discourse which was at first hinted, and occasioned through a question propounded by R.B.P. de K. Which is now answered and resloved by T.M. P. de P.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A box of spikenard newly broken: not so much for the preparation of the burial; as for the clearer illustration, and exornation of the birth and nativity of our blessed Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus. Contained in a short and sweet discourse which was at first hinted, and occasioned through a question propounded by R.B.P. de K. Which is now answered and resloved by T.M. P. de P.
Malpas, Thomas.

London: Printed by J.S. for George Sawbridge, and are to be sold .., [1659]
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Nativity
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89447.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE AVTHOR TO THE Indifferent and Im∣partial Reader.
AN Appendix to the Preface.
Author ad Libellum.
Liber ad Lectorem.
To his Loving Friend Mr. T. M.
Courteous Reader.
A BOX OF Spikenard Newly Broken.
The Question propounded by Richard B. which was the occasion of this Treatise.
Answer to the first Argument.
Answer to the second Argument.
Auswer to the third Argument.
Answer to the fourth Argument.
Answer to the fifth Argument.
Answer to the sixth Argument.
Answer to the seventh Argument.
Answer to the eighth Argument.
Answer to the ninth Argument.
Answer to the tenth Argument.
Answer to the eleventh Argument.
Answer to the Twelfth Argument.
Answer to the thirteenth Argument.
Answer to the fourteenth Argument.