A golden chain of four links. :
To draw poor souls to their desired habitation: or, The four last things briefly discoursed of, vis. death, which is most certain. Judgment, which is most strict. Hell, which is most dismal. Heaven, which is most delightful. To which is added wholsome instructions both to young and old, in order to prepare themselves for their latter end, and avoid all sinful allurements, which usually obstructs that great and necessary work of salvation. With some necessary directions to dye well, in order to avoid Hell, and obtain Heaven. Recommended as very proper and useful to be read in all families; by the Reverend and lwarned divine J. Stevens, D.D. Licensed according to order.
|Main Creator:||Stevens, Joseph.|
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Dublin : printed by and for Joseph Ray in Skinner Row, over against the Tholsel, 1700.
The words "Death ... delightful." are gathered in a left brace.
Woodcut on reverse side of tp.
Physical description:  p ; 12mo
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), S5497C
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|Dix Dublin 1700 (13)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|