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VICKERS, William (fl. 1707--1711)
A companion to the altar: shewing the nature and necessity of a sacramental preparation, in order to our worthy receiving the Holy Communion. Wherein those fears and scruples about eating and drinking unworthily, and of incurring our own damnation thereby, are proved groundless and unwarrantable. Unto which are added, prayers and meditations preparative to a sacramental preparation, according to what the Church of England requires from her communicants. The sixteenth edition.
London: printed for Edmund Parker, 1735.
72 p., add. engr. t.-pl. ; 13.2 cm. (12º)

Anonymous. By William Vickers. First published 1709. With an additional engraved title-page. Below imprint: '[Note] This Book is bound up with the Common-Prayers of several Sorts: and to be had at the Place abovesaid'. ESTC t87294.

Copy Notes Bound (2) with The book of common prayer, Oxford, 1734 (q.v.), and The whole book of Psalms, 1736 (q.v.).

Binding C18th maroon morocco, gilt triple-ruled borders, gilt-tooled cornerpieces and central lozenge, gilt-tooled spine compartments, without spine-label.

Reference Number 4753


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