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Author: Peters, Thomas, d. 1654.
Title: A remedie against ruine: or, A sermon preached at the assises at Lanceston in Cornwall, March 17 1651. Before the right honorable Henry Rolls, Lord chief Justice of the upper Bench, and Robert Nicholas, judges for the Western Circuit.: By Thomas Peters M.A. and pastor of the church at Mylor, in Cornwall. With an appendix, vindicating the author from an horrid imputation cast on him by Samson Bond, rector of Maugon, and Martin in Meneague, in the said county.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A remedie against ruine: or, A sermon preached at the assises at Lanceston in Cornwall, March 17 1651. Before the right honorable Henry Rolls, Lord chief Justice of the upper Bench, and Robert Nicholas, judges for the Western Circuit.: By Thomas Peters M.A. and pastor of the church at Mylor, in Cornwall. With an appendix, vindicating the author from an horrid imputation cast on him by Samson Bond, rector of Maugon, and Martin in Meneague, in the said county.
Peters, Thomas, d. 1654.

London: Printed by Tho. Maxey for Samuel Geltibrand, at the signe of the Ball in Paul's Church-yard, 1652.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
Bond, Samson.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90550.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Worshipfull RICHARD LOBB Esquire, and High Sheriffe of the County of CORNVVALL.
A REMEDY against Ruine.
An APPENDIX, shewing 1. the rise, 2. progresse, 3. issue of a difference between the Au∣thour, and Master Samson Bond prementioned in the frontispiece.