The causes of the decay of Christian piety. :
Or an impartial survey of the ruines of Christian religion, undermin'd by unchristian practice. [With Private devotions referring to ... the beforegoing treatise.] Written by the author of The whole duty of man [i.e. Lady Pakington? Archbp. Sterne? R. Allestree? With a letter to the publisher signed H.E.].
|Main Creator:||Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681.|
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London : printed by R. Norton for Robert Pawlett, at the sign of the Bible in Chancery-Lane, near Fleetstreet, 1674.
"The whole duty of man," variously ascribed to John Fell, Dorothy Pakington, R. Sterne, and H. Henchman and others, is generally attributed to Richard Allestree. Cf. Oxford comp. to English lit., 1985; BM; NUC pre-1956; Wing. For a discussion of the authorship, see Nichols, J. Literary anecdotes, 1812, ii, p. 597-604.
Illustrated title page.
With an initial imprimatur leaf.
Physical description: , 452 p.,  leaves of plates : ill ; 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), A1102
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