The whole duty of man : laid down in a plain and familiar way for the use of all, but especially the meanest reader : divided into XVII. chapters, one whereof being read every Lords day, the whole may be read over thrice in the year : necessary for all families : with private devotions for several occasions.
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- London, Printed by R. Norton for Robert Pawlett ... 1681.
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1 online resource (, 471,  pages,  leaves of plates) : front. (coat of arms)
- Christian life.
- Includes index.
Advertisement: pages - at end.
Signatures: 1 leaf unsigned, A-X¹², (H₄, L₆, T₅ incorrectly signed A₄, L₇, T₂, respectively; X₁₂, advertisements)
Pages 118, 261, 416 incorrectly numbered 18, 761, 316, respectively.
Added illustrated title-page, engraved.
Title within line border. Paragraph notes.
Published anonymously, 1658, under title: The practice of Christian graces, The whole duty of man.
"To the bookseller" signed: H. Hammond.
Variously attributed to Lady Dorothy Pakington, Richard Sterne, Abp. of York, John Fell, Bp. of Oxford, Humphrey Henchman, Bp. of Salisbury, and others. compare Dict. nat. biog.
"Private devotions for several occasions", pages -471, has special title-page.
Reproduction of original in William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2224:1) s1999 miun s
- Cited in:
- Wing (2nd edition) A1185A
- Pakington, Dorothy Coventry, Lady, -1679.
Sterne, Richard, 1596?-1683.
Fell, John, 1625-1686.
Henchman, Humphrey, 1592-1675.
- Private devotions for several occasions.
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