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Author: D'Assigny, Samuel, b. 1673 or 4
Title: An antidote against the erroneous, or rather blasphemous, opinions of some people in this our corrupt age; concerning the true and real cause of man's falling into those gross and notorious sins, which do commonly prove his eternal ruine. : Made plain in a short discourse, being the substance of two sermons upon the 12, 14, 15. verses of the 1st chap. of St. James. Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God, &c. / By Samuel D'Assigny, a well-wisher to the Church of England's prosperity.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An antidote against the erroneous, or rather blasphemous, opinions of some people in this our corrupt age; concerning the true and real cause of man's falling into those gross and notorious sins, which do commonly prove his eternal ruine. : Made plain in a short discourse, being the substance of two sermons upon the 12, 14, 15. verses of the 1st chap. of St. James. Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God, &c. / By Samuel D'Assigny, a well-wisher to the Church of England's prosperity.
D'Assigny, Samuel, b. 1673 or 4

Dublin,: Printed by J.B. and S.P. at the back of Dick's Coffee-House in Skinner-Row, 1698.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- James I, 13-15 -- Sermons.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B02843.0001.001

Contents
The Preface.
An Antidote against the Erroneous, or rather Blasphemous, Opinions of some People in this our Cor∣rupt Age, &c.