3 edition of Horæ succisivæ, or Spare-houres of meditations found in the catalog.
Horæ succisivæ, or Spare-houres of meditations
1650 by printed by G.D. and sold by Iohn Sweeting, at the Angel in Popes-head Alley in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Horæ succisivæ, Spare-houres of meditations|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1866:14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 268 p|
|Number of Pages||268|
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Get this from a library. Horæ succisivæ, or, Spare-houres of meditations: upon our duty to [brace] God, others, our selves. [Joseph Henshaw]. Horæ succisivæ, or Spare-houres of meditations: upon our duty to God, others, our selves.
The sixth edition, corrected and much enlarged, by Jos. Henshaw, D. Author of Horæ succisivæ, or, Spare-houres of meditations, Meditations miscellaneous, holy and humane, Miscellanea, or, A mixture of choyce observations and institutions, moral, and divine, composed for private use, Horae succisivae, Daily thoughts, or, A miscellany of meditations holy & humane, Miscellanea; or, a mixture of choice observations moral, and divine, Miscellanea.
Horæ succisivæ, or, Spare-houres of meditations upon our duty to [brace] God, others, our selves / by Ios. Henshaw. (London: Printed by R. Badger for Ralph Mabb, ), by Joseph Henshaw (HTML at EEBO TCP) Hours of devotion.
Horae succisivae or, Spare-hovres of meditations, upon ovr dvty to God, others, our selves /. The concept Meditations represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.
Horæ succisivæ, or, spare-houres of meditations (ed. 2) Meditations miscellaneous, holy and humane ; ed. 3, much enlarged, entitled Daily thoughts; or a miscellany of meditations, holy and humane Henslow, George The origin of floral structures through insect and other agencies Henslow, John S.
Horæ succisivæ, or, Spare-houres of meditations upon our duty to [brace] God, others, our selves / by Ios. Henshaw. (London: Printed by R. Badger for Ralph Mabb, ). G. HENSHAW, JOSEPH, D.D.
(–), bishop of Peterborough, was the son of Thomas Henshaw, solicitor-general of grandfather, William Henshaw of Worth in Sussex, was descended from an old Cheshire family, resident at Henshaw Hall, in the parish of Siddington, near Congleton. Henshaw, Joseph (DNB00) ‘Horæ Succisivæ, or Spare Houres of Meditations upon our Dutie to God, Others, or a Miscellany of Meditations,’ &c., London, Republished as ‘A New Year's Gift, Meditations, &c.,’ London,12mo, with a third part by Richard Kidder [q.
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VVritten and inscribed to the grave, learned, and religious clergie of the diocese of Lincoln. The concept Meditations -- Early works to represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.
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