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MILLARD, Edward
[The great mercy and power of God, in succouring the tempted. 1730]
The great power and rage of the Devil in tempting; laid open in the following discourse: being one of the greatest manifestations of Satan's malice against God, and the soul of man, as has been extant in this age of the world. Written from the author's own experience, who for above twenty years past, hath been molested by evil spirits night and day; with millions of injectments and temptations to blasphemy, by means of which, he is deprived of rest, and sleep, to this very instant of time. In these terrible conflicts, with the grand enemy of souls, the wonderful mercy and power of God, hath been exalted, in supporting, and preserving him, in the depth of his spiritual misert; an account of which he hath now published, for a memorial of the mights acts of the Lord, and the support of such as may be in the like distress of mind. By Edward Millard of Langport, Somerset. The third edition, carefully corrected, and very much improved by the author.
London: printed for J. Wilford, 1730.
viii, 40 p. ; 18.2 cm. (8º)

Apparently a hitherto unrecorded third edition of a tract originally printed in 1723 under the title The great mercy and power of God, in succouring the tempted, with a second expanded edition in 1725 (see ESTC t167394 and n47994). Signatures: A--F4. This edition not in ESTC.

Copy Notes Some marks of emphasis in pencil.

Binding Early C19th half black stained calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt lettered spine reading 'Power Of The Devil' and giving the publication date erroneously as '1739'.

Reference Number 340


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