|Title:||Divine meditations: or, A honey-comb to refresh weary travellers. Being a collection of divine sayings out of the Holy Scriptures of truth. Gathered by G.L.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Divine meditations: or, A honey-comb to refresh weary travellers. Being a collection of divine sayings out of the Holy Scriptures of truth. Gathered by G.L.
London: printed for John Marshall at the Bible in Grace Church-street, 1700. Where you may be supplied with most of Dr. Owen's, Mr. Mead's, and Mr. Bunyan's work and effigies, 
|Alternate titles:||Divine meditations Honey-comb to refresh weary travellers.|
G.L. = George Liddell.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Maxims -- Early works to 1800.
Books Newly Printed and Sold by John Marshall, at the Bible in Grace-Church-Street.
A Honey-comb, &c.