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Manuductio Ad Coelum. A Poem. In Two Parts. I. Of Joy and Sadness. How a Good Man Ought to Rejoice. He That Looks Before Him Is Not Cast Down. Several Antidotes Against Sorrow. II. Of Patience: The Occasions and Effects of It. The Signs of It. An Exhortation to It; With Instructions How to Behave Our Selves in Adversity. The Necessity of Perseverance. Extracted Out of the Writings of the Holy Fathers and Ancient Philosophers, by John Bona [I.E. Sir James Chamberlayne] a Cistertian Abbot: And Turned Into Verse by James Chamberlayne

Chamberlaine, James, Sir
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Chamberlaine, James, Sir
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17th Century
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Chadwyck-Healey English Poetry
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