An account of the four late judgments and how we are humbled by them. or, The [brace] simple informed. Sinner converted. Weak Christian confirmed, and comforted. Witty atheist convinced, and almost perswaded to forsake the broad-way, and become as faithfull a friend to religion, as he hath been a bitter enemy. Only it fares with him, as it did with a great man that bede speaks of: who being admonished in his sickness to repent, answered, he would not yet: for, if he should recover, his friends and companions would laugh at him; and growing sicker and sicker ... /
|Varying form of title:
|How London is refined by her late fire and how her poverty hath abated her pride
|Author / Creator:
|London : Printed by E.O[kes] for the author and are to be sold at his house near the Wind-Mills next door to the Three Colts with more than forty other pieces, by the same author, 1667.
|Early English books online.