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Uniform Title Answere of a mother unto hir seduced sonnes letter.
Title A mothers teares ouer hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasiue from idolatry : penned in way of a dialogue, by occasion of a late letter from the sonne now at Doway, to his mother: which is also printed vvith the letter, and is fully set downe in the sonnes part, for the substance, though with some addition in forme.
Alternative Title Mothers teares over hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasive from idolatry.
Dissuasiue from idolatry.
Dissuasive from idolatry.
Publication Info [London : s.n.], Imprinted 1627.



Descript [25], 167 p.
Note Place of publication from STC.
An edition, enlarged, of: The answere of a mother unto hir seduced sonnes letter.
Identified as STC 18212 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
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Series Early English books online.
Subject English College, (Reims, France).
Catholic Church
Jesuits
Alternative Title Mothers teares over hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasive from idolatry.
Dissuasiue from idolatry.
Dissuasive from idolatry.
Descript [25], 167 p.
Note Place of publication from STC.
An edition, enlarged, of: The answere of a mother unto hir seduced sonnes letter.
Identified as STC 18212 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Series Early English books online.
Subject English College, (Reims, France).
Catholic Church
Jesuits
Alternative Title Mothers teares over hir seduced sonne: or A dissuasive from idolatry.
Dissuasiue from idolatry.
Dissuasive from idolatry.

Subject English College, (Reims, France).
Catholic Church
Jesuits
Descript [25], 167 p.
Note Place of publication from STC.
An edition, enlarged, of: The answere of a mother unto hir seduced sonnes letter.
Identified as STC 18212 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.

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