A body of divinity, or The summe and substance of Christian religion :
catechistically propounded, and explained, by way of question and answer: methodically and familiarly handled. Collected long since out of sundry authors, and reduced unto one common method, by James Vsher B. of Armagh. And at the earnest desires of divers godly Christians lately printed. And now, this third edition, corrected and much amended. Whereunto is adjoyned a tract, intituled Immanuel, or, The mystery of the incarnation of the Son of God. Heretofore written and published by the same authour.
|Main Creator:||Ussher, James, 1581-1656.|
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London : printed by M[iles]. F[lesher]. for Tho: Dovvnes and Geo: Badger, and are to be sold by Thomas Dring at the signe of the George neer Cliffords-Inn in Fleet-street, M DC XLIX 
|Edition:||This third edition, corrected and much amended.|
Frontispiece portrait of James Ussher signed W Marshall Sculpsit. Frontis. = ill.
Gathered in 6's.
Caption title on p. 3: A large explication of the body of Christian religion·
"Immanuel: or, The mystery of the incarnation of the son of God·" has separate dated title page, with imprint "London : Printed by Susan Islip for Thomas Downes and George Badger, 1649.", pagination and register.
Includes table of contents.
First published in 1645 as: A body of divinitie.
Physical description: , 451, , 24,  p. : port ; fol. and 2to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), U154