<<The>> foundation of Christian religion gathered into sixe principles. And it is to be learned of ignorant people, that they may be fit to heare sermons with profit, and to receiue the Lords Supper with comfort

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Main Author Perkins, William (Author)
Place, Publisher, Year London [Printed by the widow Orwin [and Felix Kingston], for Iohn Porter [, Thomas Man, Ralph Iackson [and Hugh Burwell, Cambridge]] 1597
Additional Information"A graine of mustard-seed" (1597) identified as part of STC 19712 by STC (2nd ed.) is lacking from item at reel 260:5. It appears bound with STC 19761 at reel 260:6, and as STC 19724.6 on reel 1638. - "A treatise tending vnto a declaration, whether a man be in the estate of damnation, or in the estate of grace", (2) "A case of conscience, the greatest that ever was", (3) "An exposition of the Lords prayer", and (4) "A graine of mustard-seed" each have separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. The imprint to (2) has "Orwin, for Thomas Man, and Iohn Porter"; (3) has "printed by Felix Kingston, for Iohn Porter, and Ralph Iackson"; (4) has "printed by Felix Kingston, for Ralph Iackson and Hugh Burwell". Each was previously published separately. - Foreword signed: William Perkins. - Reproductions of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. - STC (2nd ed.), 19712. - Signatures: 2A-2Q 2R4; possibly intended as part of a collected works. - The last leaf is blank
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