Wisdome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes contained in three pious and learned treatises, viz. I. Of Christs fervent love to bloudy Jerusalem. II. Of Gods just hardening of Pharaoh, when he had filled up the measure of his iniquity. III. Of mans timely remembering of his creator. Heretofore communicated to some friends in written copies: but now published for the generall good. Sapientia clamitans, wisdome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes

Title

Wisdome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes contained in three pious and learned treatises, viz. I. Of Christs fervent love to bloudy Jerusalem. II. Of Gods just hardening of Pharaoh, when he had filled up the measure of his iniquity. III. Of mans timely remembering of his creator. Heretofore communicated to some friends in written copies: but now published for the generall good. Sapientia clamitans, wisdome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes

Author

Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640.

Donne, John, 1572-1631. aut

Milbourne, William, b. 1598 or 9.

Date

1639

Place of Publication

London

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Languages

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Editorial Practice

A reissue of "Sapientia clamitans, wisedome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes", London, 1638, edited by William Milbourne, with cancel title page printed by M. Parsons; text printed by John Haviland. "Of Christs fervent love to bloudy Jerusalem" and "Of Gods just hardning of Pharoah, when he had filled up the measure of his iniquity" are by Thomas Jackson, Dean of Peterborough; the latter has its own separately dated title page. "Of mans timely remembring of his creator" is by John Donne, and has its own separately dated title page; register is continuous. Printer's name from STC. Print show-through; pages tightly bound. Reproduction of original in the British Library.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A07537
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A07537
  • DLPS: A07537
  • STC: STC 17919
  • STC: ESTC S101127
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99836951
  • PROQUEST: 99836951
  • VID: 1251