|Author:||Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.|
|Title:||Multum in parvo: or, Some useful sayings, in verse and prose: collected by a lover of virtue and goodness in whomsoever.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Multum in parvo: or, Some useful sayings, in verse and prose: collected by a lover of virtue and goodness in whomsoever.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London: printed for Samuel Manship at the Black Bull in Cornhill, 1687.
MƲLTƲM in PARVO: Or, some Useful SAYINGS, IN VERSE and PROSE, &c.
Say, — Soul of Mine;
Judge Hales on Changes and Troubles, Contemp. p. 380.
Judge Hales Contempl. p. 121.
On Man's Mortality.
SOME USEFUL SAYINGS IN PROSE.
Something touching Excess, by Judge Hales.
A POSTSCRIPT, by J. P.
This following was Writ the same day of the fore∣going month, and several Copies sent to my Friends and Acquaintance in and about Lon∣don; and is here Printed for the Sake and Service of all concern'd therein.