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BISCO, John (d. 1679)
The glorious mystery of Gods mercy. Or, a precious cordiall for fainting soules. A treatise wherein two great mysteries are opened. 1 The mystery of free-grace revealed in the Gospell. 2 The mystery of the Gospell wrapt up in the law. Also, the royall law proved to be a rule of Gospell obedience: with divers directions to perform duties of the law in a Gospell manner. Iohn Bisco minister of the Gospell in Thomas Southwark.
London:, printed by Richard Bishop,, 1647.
[16], 301, [1] p. ; 13.6 cm. (8º)

With a preliminary imprimatur leaf: 'December 18, 1646. Imprimatur. Ioseph Caryl'. Wing B2986; ESTC r23009.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting title-page and imprimatur leaf (sig. A1-2). Ink annotations and marks of emphasis in an early hand, including the name John [Ra?]gg at the head of leaf A3.

Binding C18th half black stained calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt-tooled spine, gilt-lettered, 'CR' monogram of Richard Cosway.

Reference Number 4755

Additional Names Cosway, Richard (1740--1821); Ragg, John

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