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Three sermons / Henry Smith
Bib ID 817248
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591
 
Description Amsterdam : Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ; Norwood, N.J. : W. J. Johnson, 1976 
[59] p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 9022108325
Series

English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile ; no. 832.

Full contents
  • The benefit of contentation.
  • The affinitie of the faithful.
  • The lost sheepe is found.
 
Notes

Photoreprint of the 1599 ed. printed by I. Roberts for N. Ling, London.

Includes original t.p.: Three sermons made by maister Henry Smith.

"S.T.C. no. 22735."

Subjects Church of England -- Sermons.  |  Sermons, English.

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