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Author: Pringle, Alexander, of Harwich.
Title: Mishʻam A stay in trouble or The saints rest in the evil day.: Exactly discovered from their cordial dependance upon God, and comfortable assistance by him. Shortly digested as the saints manual in the worst of times. The first part. / By Alexander Pringle, a worthless servant to Christ in the work of his Gospel.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mishʻam A stay in trouble or The saints rest in the evil day.: Exactly discovered from their cordial dependance upon God, and comfortable assistance by him. Shortly digested as the saints manual in the worst of times. The first part. / By Alexander Pringle, a worthless servant to Christ in the work of his Gospel.
Pringle, Alexander, of Harwich.

London: printed by Anne Maxey, for William Weekly at Ipswich, and are to be sold by John Rothwel, at the Fountain in Goldsmiths-Row in Cheap-side, 1657.
Subject terms:
Saints
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91029.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the most accomplished READER.
errata
Errata in the first Part.
Errata in the second Part.
imprimatur
A STAY in TROUBLE, OR THE SAINTS REST In the Evil Day.
Introduction.
I. Of the Saints De∣pendance.
II. Of the Saints Assi∣stance.
title page
LECTORI INTEGERRIMO.
: BOWELS of MERCIE, BREATHING FOR THE SAINTS IN DANGER.
BOOKS Printed for William Weekly at Ipswich, and are to be sold by John Rothwell, at the Fountain and Bear in Gold∣smiths-Row in Cheapside.