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The Resource Heavenly rest for a weary soul; or, the pilgrim at his journey's end. : Being the last leagacy of a father to his children, when on his death-bed. To which is added, I. The children's duty to God, their mother, and themselves. II. A copy of verses, written by the father, a little before his death. III. Some godly meditations. IV. The father's last gift to his children. By the Rev. John Bunyan. Very pleasant to read, profitable to practice, and of excellent use to all sorts of people, that desire to live a godly life in this present world, (electronic resource)

Heavenly rest for a weary soul; or, the pilgrim at his journey's end. : Being the last leagacy of a father to his children, when on his death-bed. To which is added, I. The children's duty to God, their mother, and themselves. II. A copy of verses, written by the father, a little before his death. III. Some godly meditations. IV. The father's last gift to his children. By the Rev. John Bunyan. Very pleasant to read, profitable to practice, and of excellent use to all sorts of people, that desire to live a godly life in this present world, (electronic resource)

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Heavenly rest for a weary soul; or, the pilgrim at his journey's end. : Being the last leagacy of a father to his children, when on his death-bed. To which is added, I. The children's duty to God, their mother, and themselves. II. A copy of verses, written by the father, a little before his death. III. Some godly meditations. IV. The father's last gift to his children. By the Rev. John Bunyan. Very pleasant to read, profitable to practice, and of excellent use to all sorts of people, that desire to live a godly life in this present world
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Heavenly rest for a weary soul; or, the pilgrim at his journey's end.
Title remainder
Being the last leagacy of a father to his children, when on his death-bed. To which is added, I. The children's duty to God, their mother, and themselves. II. A copy of verses, written by the father, a little before his death. III. Some godly meditations. IV. The father's last gift to his children. By the Rev. John Bunyan. Very pleasant to read, profitable to practice, and of excellent use to all sorts of people, that desire to live a godly life in this present world
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T225025
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Rest for a wearied soul.
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patent document
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1628-1688
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Bunyan, John
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Jesus Christ
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Heavenly rest for a weary soul; or, the pilgrim at his journey's end. : Being the last leagacy of a father to his children, when on his death-bed. To which is added, I. The children's duty to God, their mother, and themselves. II. A copy of verses, written by the father, a little before his death. III. Some godly meditations. IV. The father's last gift to his children. By the Rev. John Bunyan. Very pleasant to read, profitable to practice, and of excellent use to all sorts of people, that desire to live a godly life in this present world, (electronic resource)
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  • Not in fact by John Bunyan
  • With a colophon within square brackets reading: "Printed by Ann Bell, Penrith"
  • The work was earlier entitled 'Rest for a wearied soul'
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT225025
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80.
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unknown
Extent
8pages
Form of item
electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006319422
  • (Uk-ES)006319422
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Heavenly rest for a weary soul; or, the pilgrim at his journey's end. : Being the last leagacy of a father to his children, when on his death-bed. To which is added, I. The children's duty to God, their mother, and themselves. II. A copy of verses, written by the father, a little before his death. III. Some godly meditations. IV. The father's last gift to his children. By the Rev. John Bunyan. Very pleasant to read, profitable to practice, and of excellent use to all sorts of people, that desire to live a godly life in this present world, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Not in fact by John Bunyan
  • With a colophon within square brackets reading: "Printed by Ann Bell, Penrith"
  • The work was earlier entitled 'Rest for a wearied soul'
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT225025
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
8pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006319422
  • (Uk-ES)006319422

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