|Title:||A hand-kercheffe for a disconsolate soule,: to wipe away his sinne, and to keep him from despaire, as though they had never been committed. / By Samuel Spinckes, minister of Gods word.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A hand-kercheffe for a disconsolate soule,: to wipe away his sinne, and to keep him from despaire, as though they had never been committed. / By Samuel Spinckes, minister of Gods word.
London: Printed by Thomas Harper, 1651.
TO THE Much Honoured and truely Vertuous, THE LADY ANNE SCOTT, Late the Spousesse of Sir EDWARD-SCOTT, of Scotts Hall, Knight and Baronet, the Mirrour of Piety; S. S. wisheth all the Prosperous Events of Health and Happynesses, externall, in∣ternall, and eternall.
A Hand-kercheffe for a disconsolate Soule, &c.