A spiritual journey of a young man, towards the land of peace, to live therein essentially in God, who met in his journey with three sorts of disputes, with some proverbs or sentences, which the old-age spake to the young man. Also a spiritual dialogue, whereunto is annexed a round or chorus-dance, whereunto the vain heathenish lusts, with their wicked confused loose minds and thoughts (as well in confusion as in a shew of holiness) assemble from all corners of the earth, and dancing hand in hand, skip and jump to hell. Translated out of Dutch.
printed by J. Macock,
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