A new treatyse in maner of a dialoge, whiche sheweth the excellency of man[n]es nature

in that he is made to the image of God, and wherein it restyth, and by howe many wayes a man dothe blotte, and defyle the same image.
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Imprynted by me Robert wyer, dwellinge in S. Martins paryshe at Charynge Crosse. Ad imprimendum solum , [[London]
Christian life -- Early works to
GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 44:10.
The Physical Object
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A new treatyse in maner of a dialoge, whiche sheweth the excellency of man[n]es nature: in that he is made to the image of God, and wherein it restyth, and by howe many wayes a man dothe blotte, and defyle the same image.

A new treatyse in maner of a dialoge, whiche sheweth the excellency of man[n]es nature in that he is made to the image of God, and wherein it restyth, and by howe many wayes a man dothe blotte, and defyle the same image. Author: Huggarde, Miles. Get this from a library.

A new treatyse in maner of a dialoge, whiche sheweth the excellency of man[n]es nature: in that he is made to the image of God, and wherein it restyth, and by howe many wayes a man dothe blotte, and defyle the same image. [Miles Huggarde]. A new treatyse in maner of a dialoge, whiche sheweth the excellency of man[n]es nature in that he is made to the image of God, and wherein it restyth, and by howe many wayes a man dothe blotte, and defyle the same image.

A new treatyse in maner of a dialoge, whiche sheweth the excellency of man[n]es nature in that he is made to the image of God, and wherein it restyth, and by howe many wayes a man dothe blotte, and defyle the same image.

([[London]: Imprynted by me Robert wyer, dwellinge in S. Martins paryshe at Charynge Crosse. Supplementum sublatum Iohn Tombes, his Supplement, or Second book about swearing disproved and made void and his abusing the Scripture plainly manifested: against which the truth of Christ's words is vindicated and maintained / in a few words briefly returned.

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