Disce vivere: = learne to live. Disce mori: learne to dye. Two briefe treatises joyned together: the one, of learning to live; the other, of learning to dye. Wherein is shewed, in what manner every well disposed Christian may learne, first how to live the life of the righteous, and then how to dye the death of the righteous
- Printed at London : I. D[awson] for Nicholas Bourne, at the Royall Exchange, 1626.
1 online resource (, 477, ; , 400 [id est 390] pages) : illustrations
- Early English books online
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