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Taylor, Thomas.  (1631).  The progresse of saints to full holinesse. Described in sundry apostolicall aphorismes, of those precepts tending to sanctification. With a sweete and divine apostolicall prayer to attaine the practise of those holy precepts, which is also expounded. By Thomas Taylor, Doctor in Divinity, and pastor of St. Mary Aldermanbury London.  London :  Printed by W. I[ones] for Iohn Bartlet, at the signe of the Guilded Cuppe in Cheapeside, in Gold-smiths Rowe

MLA Citation

Taylor, Thomas.  The progresse of saints to full holinesse. [microform] Described in sundry apostolicall aphorismes, of those precepts tending to sanctification. With a sweete and divine apostolicall prayer to attaine the practise of those holy precepts, which is also expounded. By Thomas Taylor, Doctor in Divinity, and pastor of St. Mary Aldermanbury London  Printed by W. I[ones] for Iohn Bartlet, at the signe of the Guilded Cuppe in Cheapeside, in Gold-smiths Rowe London  1631

Australian/Harvard Citation

Taylor, Thomas.  1631,  The progresse of saints to full holinesse. [microform] Described in sundry apostolicall aphorismes, of those precepts tending to sanctification. With a sweete and divine apostolicall prayer to attaine the practise of those holy precepts, which is also expounded. By Thomas Taylor, Doctor in Divinity, and pastor of St. Mary Aldermanbury London  Printed by W. I[ones] for Iohn Bartlet, at the signe of the Guilded Cuppe in Cheapeside, in Gold-smiths Rowe London

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