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Author: Wates, Richard.
Title: A dialogue betw[een] life and death: Very requisite for the conte[m]plation of all transitory pilgrims, and pious minded Christians.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A dialogue betw[een] life and death: Very requisite for the conte[m]plation of all transitory pilgrims, and pious minded Christians.
Wates, Richard.

[Lon]don: by W.W. & are to be sold by Edwa[rd] [ ] Pauls church [ ], [1657]
Subject terms:
Death
Theology, Practical
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96078.0001.001

Contents
title page
dedication
DIALOGVE BETWEENE LIFE AND DEATA.
Youth pleads for it selfe.
Death answers youth.
Wisedome pleades for it selfe.
Death answers Wisedome.
part
Wealth pleadeth for its selfe.
Death answers to wealth.
Age pleads for it selfe.
Death answers old Age.
part
Deaths Acelamation.
Deaths Memorandum to the middle aged.
Mans Meditation.
Another.
A Hymne of Prayses, to the most blessed and glorious Trinity.
Allegoricall Poem.
Divers Exhortations to cause all men to remember their ends: taken out of the holy Scripture.
Natures reply.
Natures reply.
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Life and Death.