The burden of a loaden conscience: or The penitent confession of a clergy-man written while he was under trouble of mind for his former vicious course of life. Which may serve as a warning to all lewd scholers. Especially all such as intend to take upon them the sacred office of the ministry. To which is added a preface written by a reverend divine of the Church of England, concerning scandalous ministers. And also the copy of a letter written by a country-gentleman under horrour of conscience. And now reprinted.
printed for A. Baldwin, near the Oxford-Arms-Inn, in Warwick-Lane,
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