The Resource An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times : Being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends, who profess the truth, to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy, and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of Heaven and earth, against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord. Also, something signified of the misery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared, and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel., By one who is a traveller in the way of peace, and hath good will towards all men, and more especially to the houshold of faith, Stephen Crisp, (electronic book)

An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times : Being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends, who profess the truth, to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy, and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of Heaven and earth, against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord. Also, something signified of the misery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared, and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel., By one who is a traveller in the way of peace, and hath good will towards all men, and more especially to the houshold of faith, Stephen Crisp, (electronic book)

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An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times : Being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends, who profess the truth, to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy, and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of Heaven and earth, against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord. Also, something signified of the misery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared, and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel.
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An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times
Title remainder
Being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends, who profess the truth, to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy, and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of Heaven and earth, against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord. Also, something signified of the misery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared, and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel.
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By one who is a traveller in the way of peace, and hath good will towards all men, and more especially to the houshold of faith, Stephen Crisp
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eng
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Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
4152.f.17[25]
Citation source
Early English books tract supplement interim guide
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1628-1692
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Crisp, Stephen
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Society of Friends
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Target audience
general
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An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times : Being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends, who profess the truth, to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy, and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of Heaven and earth, against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord. Also, something signified of the misery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared, and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel., By one who is a traveller in the way of peace, and hath good will towards all men, and more especially to the houshold of faith, Stephen Crisp, (electronic book)
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  • With a colophon on p. 27: London, Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle at the Crooked-Billet in Holloway-Lane in Shoreditch, 1683
  • In this edition, line 6 of title ends 'Warning to'
  • Reproduction of original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
Control code
99888370
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unknown
Extent
27, [1] p.
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one file format
Form of item
electronic
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lossless
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cl2105000002
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times : Being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends, who profess the truth, to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy, and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of Heaven and earth, against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord. Also, something signified of the misery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared, and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel., By one who is a traveller in the way of peace, and hath good will towards all men, and more especially to the houshold of faith, Stephen Crisp, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • With a colophon on p. 27: London, Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle at the Crooked-Billet in Holloway-Lane in Shoreditch, 1683
  • In this edition, line 6 of title ends 'Warning to'
  • Reproduction of original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99888370
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
27, [1] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl2105000002
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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