A cordiall of comfort : To preserue the heart, from fainting with griefe or feare: for our friends, or our owne visitation, by the plague. Also a thankes-giuing to almightie God, for staying the visitation in London, and the suburbs thereof. Both which may be of vse to Christians in other places, that are cleere, visited, or recouered. By William Chibald.
Printed at London :
By W. I[ones] for Nic. Bourne and Edw. Brewster, and are to be sold at the Royall Exchange, and at the Bible in Pauls-Church-yard,
|Series:||Early English Books, 1475-1640
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