The pilgrams guide from his cradle to his death bead with his glorious passage from thence to the New Jerusalem: represented to the life. In a delightful new alegory; wherein the Christian traveller is more fully and plainly discribed, than yet he hath been by any in his walking, in his right, and nearest way to the cœlestial city. To which is added, most pleasant and excellent verses, shewing the pilgrams earnest desire to be at Jerusalem. Collected by Robert Russell in Sussex. Licensed according to order.
Printed by A.M. for J. Blare, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge,
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