EBBA 30726

British Library - Roxburghe
 
A Letter for a Christian Family. / Directed to all true Christians to read. / Which being sealed up in heart and mind, / Nothing but truth in it you'l find, / Both Old and Young, both Rich and Poor, / Bear it in mind, keep it in store: / And think upon the time to come, / For time doth pass, the Glass doth run, / Therfore whilst thou hast time and space, / Call to the Lord above for Grace. / Then he will surely thee defend, / And thou shalt make a happy end.
Date Published 1689-1692
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Imprint Printed for W. Thakary, J.M. and A.M.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.269
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.269
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  Part 1
Title A Letter for a Christian Family. / Directed to all true Christians to read. / Which being sealed up in heart and mind, / Nothing but truth in it you'l find, / Both Old and Young, both Rich and Poor, / Bear it in mind, keep it in store: / And think upon the time to come, / For time doth pass, the Glass doth run, / Therfore whilst thou hast time and space, / Call to the Lord above for Grace. / Then he will surely thee defend, / And thou shalt make a happy end.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, The Godly Mans Instruction.
First Lines BOth young and old, both rich and poor give ear, / Unto thise verses which I shall declare,
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Notes Printed on the recto of EBBA 30727, entitled "A Lamentable Ballad of a Combate lately Fought, near London, between / Sir James Steward, and Sir George Wharton, Knights; who were both slain / at that time."