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The Garden of Prudence [electronic resource]: Wherein Is Contained, a Patheticall Discourse, and Godly Meditation, Most Brieflie Touching the Vanities of the World, the Calamities of Hell, and the Felicities of Heaven. You Shal Also Find Planted in the Same, Diuers Sweet and Pleasant Flowers, Most Necessarie and Comfortable Both for Body and Soule [by Bartholomew Chappell]

Chappell, Bartholomew
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Cambridge, England : Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1994.
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English
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The English Poetry Full-Text Database Cambridge, England: Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1994.
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Only verse included.
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Electronic access sponsored by VIVA, the Virtual Library of Virginia.
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Transcribed from: The Garden of Prudence. Wherein is contained, A patheticall Discourse, and godly Meditation, most brieflie touching the vanities of the world, the calamities of hell, and the felicities of heaven. You shal also find planted in the same, diuers sweet and pleasant Flowers, most necessarie and comfortable both for body and soule [by Bartholomew Chappell]. London: Printed ... by Richard Iohnes [etc.], 1595.
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