The childes trade, or, The beginning of the doctrine of Christ whereby babes may have milk, children bread broken, the simple wisdome, and the dark a candle ... / by T. Wilson ...

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The childes trade, or, The beginning of the doctrine of Christ whereby babes may have milk, children bread broken, the simple wisdome, and the dark a candle ... / by T. Wilson ...
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Wilson, Thomas, 1601-1653.
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London :: Printed for I. Bartlet ...,
1645.
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THE CHILDES TRADE OR, THE BEGINNING OF the Doctrine of CHRIST:

Whereby Babes may have milk, children Bread broken, the simple wisdome, and the dark a Candle.

The fourth impression with some Cor∣rections and Additions.

By T. Wilson, Preacher at Maidstone in Kent, and one of the Assembly of Divines.

Teach a childe in the trade of his way, and when he is old hee shall not depart from it Prov. 22. 6.

From a childe thou hast knowne the holy Scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation, through faith, which is in Christ Iesus, 2 Tim. 3. 15.

LONDON, Printed for I. Bartlet at the Gilt Cup un∣der St. Augustines Gate. 1645.

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