Truth's looking glass; or, A fairing for a faithful family; being a necessary table, very fit to be played in all houses, by those that desire to bring up their children and servants in such [...] decency; as becometh Christian families; being very good instructions for masters and parents, children and servants, wherein they may learn their duty how to behave themselves before God and man, that he may take a delight to dwell amongst you: And I desire all you that hear or read this table, which is set out on purpose for the good of you and yours, to observe and do this so far forth, as God shall enable you, read what Moses said to the children of Israel in Deut. 11. and take it as spoke to you, either young or old that hears or reads this table ...

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Imprint: [London? : s.n., 1650?]
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