|Title:||The Lords Prayer unclasped:: with a vindication of it, against all [brace] schismatics. Hereticks, cal'd [brace] enthusiasts. Fratra cilli. / By James Harwood, B.D.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The Lords Prayer unclasped:: with a vindication of it, against all [brace] schismatics. Hereticks, cal'd [brace] enthusiasts. Fratra cilli. / By James Harwood, B.D.
London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by G. and H. Eversden at the Grayhound in Pauls-Church-yard, 1654.
Lord's Prayer -- Commentaries
To the Worshipfull Citizens and Inhabitants in Pater-Noster-Row.
The Epistle to the Vulgar.
To the more Ingenuous Reader.
To the Author of the Prayer.
The Author of the Book his Speech to the Prayer.
AN EXPOSITION UPON THE Lords Prayer.
The second Petition.
The third Petition.
The fourth Petition.
The fift Petition.
The sixt Petition.
A Table containing the most remarkable points unfolded in this Exposition.