|Author:||Smith, John, fl. 1677.|
|Title:||The history of Joseph, or, A divine poem upon Joseph and his brethren: from the 37th of Genesis to the end, written exactly according to each chapter : to which is added a few other poems, the like never before, by John Smith ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The history of Joseph, or, A divine poem upon Joseph and his brethren: from the 37th of Genesis to the end, written exactly according to each chapter : to which is added a few other poems, the like never before, by John Smith ...
Smith, John, fl. 1677.
London: Printed by T.M. for W. Thackeray ..., 1677.
Joseph -- (Son of Jacob)
Bible. -- O.T.
TO HIS Worthy Mistriss, Mrs. SƲSAN JƲCKES, Living in Brickington-Court in Coleman. Street, London; Wishing her all Happiness in this World, and Eternal Felicity in the World to come, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
A CROSTICH Upon his NAME.
THE History of Joseph: OR, A Divine Poem upon Joseph and his Brethren.
CHAP I. Being the xxxvii. of Genesis.
CHAP. II. Being the xxxix. of Genesis:
CHAP. III. Being the xl. of Genesis.
CHAP. IV. Being the xli. of Genesis.
CHAP. V. Being the xlii of Genesis.
CHAP VI. Being the xliii of Genesis.
CHAP. VII. Being the xliv of Genesis.
CHAP. VIII. Being the xlv. of Genesis.
CAHP. IX. Being the xlvi. of Genesis.
CHAP. X. Being the xlvii of Genesis.
CHAP. XI. Being the lxviii. of Genesis.
CHAP. XII. Being the xlix. of Genesis.
CHAP. XIV. Being L. of Genesis.
The Blessed Virgins Song, Luke 1. Beginning at the 46 verse
His Lamentation, beholding London and West∣minster, upon the new Monument,
His Verses upon the 5th of November, the 30th. of January, and the 29th. of May.