Rules for self-examination, : extracted out of the writings of an eminent divine, very necessary for Christians at all times, especially at their preparation to recieve [sic] the sacrament of the Lord's Supper; that so they may become worthy receivers thereof. Necessary to be set up in all men's houses for the spiritual benefit of their families.

London : Printed by George Croom, in Thames-street, over against Baynard's Castle, 1685.
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Early English books tract supplement interim guide 816.m.24[49]
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