The saints anchor-hold in all storms and tempests. Preached in sundry sermons; ... By J.D. B.D. Sometimes minister of Stephens Colemans-street, London by John DavenportThe saints anchor-hold in all storms and tempests. Preached in sundry sermons; ... By J.D. B.D. Sometimes minister of Stephens Colemans-street, London by John Davenport

The saints anchor-hold in all storms and tempests. Preached in sundry sermons; ... By J.D. B.D…

byJohn Davenport

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J.D. = John Davenport. Prefatory epistle signed: W.H. J.C., i.e. William Hooke and Joseph Caryl. Numbers 113-114 are repeated in the pagination. With two final advertisement leaves. First published in 1661.

London : printed and sold by Benj. Harris, 1701. [6],156[i.e.158],[4]p. : ill. ; 12°
Title:The saints anchor-hold in all storms and tempests. Preached in sundry sermons; ... By J.D. B.D…Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.38 inPublished:May 29, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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