3 edition of The saints hony-comb found in the catalog.
The saints hony-comb
1652 by Printed for Richard Royston, and are to be sold by Thomas Miller, book-seller in Sherburn in [London] .
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2402:13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 212,  p|
|Number of Pages||212|
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London: Richard Royston, Small 8vo, original calf, bit worn; newly rebacked. (8) pp plus a 4 page catalogue of books printed for Royston. The Saints shall have The saints hony-comb book sight of God to eternity, a This is the en∣compassing Crown.
The Schoolmen place happinesse in the Vision of God. b But besides the Saints The saints hony-comb book 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉, have such communications of divine Page 13 excellencies, as they are capable to take in.
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The Saints are represented, standing nearer to the throne of God, than the Angels themselves. Hence also Ordinances are called Gal∣leries, in which both Saints and Angels walk, beholding the glory of him that sits upon the throne, Zech.
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The medieval animal world was vast and included mythical creatures as well as birds, reptiles and other beasts. This dissertation confines itself mainly to mammals. It explores the numerous references to them in Chaucer's works and finds these to be consonant with his general treatment of the brute creation for literary purposes.
By Chaucer's day, the traditional attitude towards animals was Author: Beryl Rowland. In the form of jewelry such as a ring, it binds relationships symbolically. As a chain around the neck, gold is linked to the respect of wealth. As a bracelet around the wrist, gold signifies wealth acquired dirough the use of your hands or through your work.
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Grace makes no difference of sexes, rather the weaker carries away the more honour, because it hath had lesse helps. It is easie to observe, that the New Testament affordeth more store of good women then A the old. Elizabeth led the ring of this mercy, whose barrenness ended in a miraculous fruit both of her body and of her time.
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I - Intro - Difference Between a Wicked man and a Godly man, one minds the Earth the other, his Conversation is in Heaven ~ 5 Things to be treated of. AN ANTIDOTE AGAINST IDOLATRY: OR, A brief Discourse containing sundry Considerations or Conclusions tending to the Discovery of what is or ought to be held to be.
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