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Author Goddard, Thomas.
Title Miscellanea; or, serious, useful considerations, moral, historical, theological : Together with the characters of a true believer in paradoxes and seeming contradictions. An essay. Also, a little box of safe purgative, and restorative pils, to be constantly taken by all those that desire, either to get their souls into, or to keep them in, an healthful, holy, heavenly frame and temper: or, a wholesome diet-drink for Christians. By Tho. Goddard, Gent.
Alternative Title Characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions
Little dark picture of the great, glorious, unparallel'd loyalty, piety, and policy of the renowned restorer of monarchy, liberty, tranquillity, and prosperity to England, Scotland, and Ireland the Lord Generall Monk
Publication Info London : printed by E.C. and are to be sold by Richard Gammon, over against Exceter House in the Strand, 1661.



Descript [3], 4-8, [24], 48, 45-132, 131-152, [2], 23, [9] p.
Note Title page is in red and black.
With errata on p. [24].
With marginal notes.
Text and register are continuous despite pagination.
"The characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions" has separate dated title page and pagination; with table of contents.
"A little dark picture of the great, glorious, unparallel'd loyalty, piety, and policy of the renowned restorer of monarchy, liberty, tranquillity, and prosperity to England, Scotland, and Ireland the Lord Generall Monk" has caption title on p. [1] (last sequence); in verse; register begins with (*).
Reproduction of the original in the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.
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Author Goddard, Thomas.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670
Devotional exercises -- Early works to 1800.
Alternative Title Characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions
Little dark picture of the great, glorious, unparallel'd loyalty, piety, and policy of the renowned restorer of monarchy, liberty, tranquillity, and prosperity to England, Scotland, and Ireland the Lord Generall Monk
Descript [3], 4-8, [24], 48, 45-132, 131-152, [2], 23, [9] p.
Note Title page is in red and black.
With errata on p. [24].
With marginal notes.
Text and register are continuous despite pagination.
"The characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions" has separate dated title page and pagination; with table of contents.
"A little dark picture of the great, glorious, unparallel'd loyalty, piety, and policy of the renowned restorer of monarchy, liberty, tranquillity, and prosperity to England, Scotland, and Ireland the Lord Generall Monk" has caption title on p. [1] (last sequence); in verse; register begins with (*).
Reproduction of the original in the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.
Author Goddard, Thomas.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670
Devotional exercises -- Early works to 1800.
Alternative Title Characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions
Little dark picture of the great, glorious, unparallel'd loyalty, piety, and policy of the renowned restorer of monarchy, liberty, tranquillity, and prosperity to England, Scotland, and Ireland the Lord Generall Monk

Subject Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670
Devotional exercises -- Early works to 1800.
Descript [3], 4-8, [24], 48, 45-132, 131-152, [2], 23, [9] p.
Note Title page is in red and black.
With errata on p. [24].
With marginal notes.
Text and register are continuous despite pagination.
"The characters of a true believer, in paradoxes and seeming contradictions" has separate dated title page and pagination; with table of contents.
"A little dark picture of the great, glorious, unparallel'd loyalty, piety, and policy of the renowned restorer of monarchy, liberty, tranquillity, and prosperity to England, Scotland, and Ireland the Lord Generall Monk" has caption title on p. [1] (last sequence); in verse; register begins with (*).
Reproduction of the original in the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.

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