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WOODWARD, Josiah (1660--1712)
Fair warnings to a careless world, or, the serious practice of religion recommended by the admonitions of dying men, and the sentiments of all people in their most serious hours: and other testimonies of an extraordinary nature. By Josiah Woodward, D.D. To which is added, serious advice to a sick person by Archbishop Tillotson. As also A prospect of death: a pindarique essay. With suitable cuts. Recommended as proper to be given at funerals. The second edition.
London: printed for W. Taylor, 1712.
xv, [1], 236, [2] p., engr. frontis., [5] pl. ; 18.7 cm. (8º)

First published 1707; this is a reissue with cancel title-leaf. With a final leaf of advertisements. ESTC t120817.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting the advertisement leaf.

Binding C18th Cambridge-style blind-panelled calf, maroon spine-label.

Reference Number 4726


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