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Author: Stubs, Philip, 1665-1738.
Title: Proposals for compiling and publishing a book to be intituled Pietas anglicana: or, An historical account of all the works of piety, charity, and other acts of beneficence, done in England since the Reformation, with respect to religion, learning, and provision for all sorts of poor; collected from histories, records, wills, monuments, and other authentic evidence.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Proposals for compiling and publishing a book to be intituled Pietas anglicana: or, An historical account of all the works of piety, charity, and other acts of beneficence, done in England since the Reformation, with respect to religion, learning, and provision for all sorts of poor; collected from histories, records, wills, monuments, and other authentic evidence.
Stubs, Philip, 1665-1738.

[London: s.n., 1690?]
Subject terms:
Stubs, Philip, 1665-1738. -- Pietas anglicana.
Publishers and publishing -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Broadsides -- England -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B10102.0001.001

Contents
PROPOSALS For Compiling and Publishing a Book to be Intituled, Pietas Anglicana: Or, An Historical Account of all the Works of Piety, Charity, and other Acts of Beneficence, done in England since the Reformation, with respect to Religion, Learning, and Provision for all sorts of Poor; Collected from Histories, Re∣cords, Wills, Monuments, and other Authentic Evidence.