|Author:||Friend and lover of all men.|
|Title:||A new years-gift, or A token of love: to all persons of what perswasion soever. By a Friend, and lover of all men.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A new years-gift, or A token of love: to all persons of what perswasion soever. By a Friend, and lover of all men.
Friend and lover of all men.
[London: printed for Thomas Whitledge over against the Hatt and Feather, on Addle-hill, near Doctors-Commons, 1693]
A New Years-Gift, OR A Token of Love, To all Persons of what PERSWASION soever.
A NOSEGAY presented by the Hand of Love, to all the Well-wishers of ZION.
The Conclusion of this New-Years-Gift, by PRAYER.