The key of knowledge which is, a little booke intended to bee of good use, as for all degrees of Christians, so especially for religious families, and religious schooles. The full use and contents whereof must be enquired in the preface or introduction to the worke, which is (first) deliberately to be read of those who desire to receive profit by the booke. By John Jackson, rector of Marsk neere Richmond in York-shire.
Jackson, John, 1600-1648.
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The Key of Knowledge.

which is, A little booke intended to bee of good use, as for all degrees of Chri∣stians, so especially for Religi∣ous Families, and Reli∣gious Schooles.

The full use and contents whereof must be enquired in the Preface or introdu∣ction to the worke which is (first) deliberately to be read of those who desire to receive pro∣fit by the Booke.

By JOHN JACKSON, Rector of Marsk neere Richmond in York-shire.


Acts. 17. 23. As I passed by and beheld your Devotions, I found an Altar with this Inscription, To the unknowne God: Whom therefore yee ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you.

John 17. 3. This is lefe eternall, to know thee to bee that onely true God, and him whom thou hast sent, Jesus Christ.

LONDON, Imprinted by Felix Kingston for Ro∣bert Milbourne, and are to be sold at the signe of the holy Lambe in little Brittaine, neere S. Butolphs Church. 1640.