|Author:||Pratt, Benjamin, 1676 or 7-1715.|
|Title:||A persuasive from the creatures to a perfect resignation of the will to God's. By B. Pratt, of Merton Coll. Oxon.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A persuasive from the creatures to a perfect resignation of the will to God's. By B. Pratt, of Merton Coll. Oxon.
Pratt, Benjamin, 1676 or 7-1715., Drapentier, Jan, fl. 1674-1713,
London: printed for G. Conyers at the Golden Ring, W. Newton over against Saint Bartholomew's-Close-Gate, and J. Pero at the White Swan, in Little-Britain, 1695.
|Alternate titles:||Persuasives from an inordinate love of ye world to God. Persuasives from the creature to a perfect resignation to the will to God's.|
With an additional title page, engraved: Persuasives from an inordinate love of ye world to God. By Mr B.P. 1695; engraving signed: I. Drapentier [illegible].
Caption title on p. 1: Persuasives from the creature to a perfect resignation of the will to God's.
Includes two errata pages and postscripts.
Leaf A5 torn, slightly affecting text.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Christian literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE Right Honourable The LADY M. H. OF NORFOLK.
To the Worthy READER.
To the Ingenious Mr. P. On Information of his De∣sign to Attempt [Persua∣sives to God, &c.]
Persuasives FROM THE CREATURE To a Perfect RESIGNATION Of the WILL to GOD's.
The Author's Answer.
READER, These follow∣ing Faults have escap'd the Press.