2 edition of Fair vvarning, or, The burnt child dreads the fire found in the catalog.
Fair vvarning, or, The burnt child dreads the fire
|Other titles||Fair vvarning, Fair warning, The burnt child dreads the fire|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 409:12|
|Contributions||Bramhall, John, 1594-1663|
|The Physical Object|
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Palmerin D'Oliua. Remarques upon a late printed speech under the name of Sir Charles Sidley. But should they not Follow you, they would Scorn you, and your Friends would Despise you at your return, and what is worse than to be Scorn'd and Despised of Enemies and Friends?
News from Pannier-alley, or, A True relation of some pranks the devil hath play'd with a plaster-pot The burnt child dreads the fire book. Here after folowith the boke callyd the myrroure of Oure Lady. Jemmy return'd, or, The nations joy. Shall the speech of a Cowardly, Idle, Base man perswade you more than your Reputations?
Sad and dreadful news from New-England. Iniunctions giuen by the most reuerende father in Christ, Edmonde by the prouidence of God, Archbishop of Yorke.
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John Newton." See other formats. Anonymous. Fair Cynthia's sorrowful sighs. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. Fair vvarning, or, The burnt child dreads the fire. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. Faire fall all good tokens, or, A pleasant new song not common to be had, which will teach you to know good tokens from bad.
EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. Female falshood, or, The Unfortunate beau. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. Get this from a library!
Fair vvarning, or, The burnt child dreads the fire: to the true hearted nobility, the loyal gentry, and commonalty of this poor distracted and. Fair vvarning, or, The burnt child dreads the fire: to the true hearted nobility, the loyal gentry, and commonalty of this poor distracted and divided kingdom of England, &c.
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