|Title:||The conflict of Iob. By way of dialogue. Compiled for illustration, or opening of that great encounter: and may also serue as a paraphrase vpon that heauenly worke. By R.H.|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The conflict of Iob. By way of dialogue. Compiled for illustration, or opening of that great encounter: and may also serue as a paraphrase vpon that heauenly worke. By R.H.
London: Printed by William Iaggard dwelling in Barbican, and are to be sold in Paules Church-yard, 1607.
|Alternate titles:||Conflict of Job Conflict of Job. Iobes conflict. Jobes conflict.|
Dedication signed: Richard Humfrey.
A paraphrase and commentary on the Book of Job.
Running title reads: Iobes conflict.
Printer's device (McKerrow 355) on title page.
Reproduction of the original in the Harvard University. Library.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Job -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT NO∣ble and Honorable: Robert Earle of Salisbury, vicount Cranborne, Baron of Essingdon, principall Secretarie to his Maie∣stie, Maister of the court of Wardes and Liueries, Chancellor of the Vniuersitie of Cambridge, knight of the Noble order of the Garter, and one of his Highnesse most Honourable priuie Councell.
To the Reader.
IOBES CONFLICT by way of Dialogue Compiled for illustration or opening of that great encounter, and laying it out to euery Christian Reader in most plaine, profitable, and familiar man∣ner, euen as linely as if it were now present before his eies.