The oderifferous garden of charitie the most heauenlyest, and holyest beatitude or blessing of God vnto man. Truely disiphered and layde open in this excellent treatise, shewing vs the high and great benefites abounding to the chearefull and free giuer: as also the blessinges and comfortes in the poore, yet humble and thankfull receiuer. Garnished and hedged in with most excellent sentences, and worthy examples, both of the sacred scriptures, and other morall and godly histories. Lastly. Most effectually are set downe all the obiections of the rich couetous, and vnwilling giuer, with the seuerall answere to euery perticular obiection. A worke worthy the reading, and consideration of euery true, honest, and faythfull chrishian.
Imprinted at London :
[for T. Man?],
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