|Title:||Nevves from Ierusalem containing, 1. The beauty of the citie of the great King. 2. The vanitie of the isles of the sonns of men. 3. The comming of the Kings sonne. VVritten by Augustin Taylor, preacher at Hawarden.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Nevves from Ierusalem containing, 1. The beauty of the citie of the great King. 2. The vanitie of the isles of the sonns of men. 3. The comming of the Kings sonne. VVritten by Augustin Taylor, preacher at Hawarden.
London: Printed by Augustine Matthewes, dwelling in the parsonage house in Bride Lane, neere Fleet-street, 1623.
|Alternate titles:||Newes from Jerusalem Newes from Jerusalem. Miserie of the world. Comming of the Kings sonne.|
Partly in verse.
Signatures: A-D E4.
"The miserie of the world" (prose) and "The comming of the Kings sonne" each have separate dated title page; register is continuous.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
TO THE RIGHT Honourable ANNE, the Lady CARRE, onely Daughter to the thrice Noble Lord, WILLIAM Earle of DARBY, &c.
THE GREAT KINGS CITIE.
To the Right Worshipfull WILLIAM RAVENSCROFT, Esquire, &c. a Principall of the Honourable Societie of Lincolnes Inne.
THE MISERIE OF THF WORLD.
TO THE RIGHT HO∣nourable ARTHVR Lord Chichester, Baron of Belfast, &c.
THE COMMING OF THE KINGS SONNE.