EBBA ID: 33577

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 870
 
The Presumptuous sinner: Or, a Dialogue between a Noble Lord, and a / poor Woodman, concerning the fall of Adam, which brought Sin, Death and Labour into the / World; with an account how the Nobleman reproved him for his sharp Reflection, To which is, / added an agreement made between them, to place the poor Man in all the Pomps and Glories of / the World, which he was to enjoy, whilst he abstained from one Thing commanded. Coucluding / with the Poor Man's Disobediences, which shews the Vanity of those that presume to stand by / their own strength.
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Imprint London: Printed and Sold by M. EDWARDS, at the GLOBE, without NEWGATE.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.870
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Title The Presumptuous sinner: Or, a Dialogue between a Noble Lord, and a / poor Woodman, concerning the fall of Adam, which brought Sin, Death and Labour into the / World; with an account how the Nobleman reproved him for his sharp Reflection, To which is, / added an agreement made between them, to place the poor Man in all the Pomps and Glories of / the World, which he was to enjoy, whilst he abstained from one Thing commanded. Coucluding / with the Poor Man's Disobediences, which shews the Vanity of those that presume to stand by / their own strength.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, The Compleat Christian.
First Lines A Noble Lord of high renown / As he was coursing up and down,
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