Paulou tou apostolou hē pros Rōmaious epistolē [manuscript], ca. 1632-1649.


Sternhold, Thomas, d. 1549. Paulou tou apostolou hē pros Rōmaious epistolē [manuscript], ca. 1632-1649.

Paulou tou apostolou hē pros Rōmaious epistolē [manuscript], ca. 1632-1649.

St. Paul's epistles in Greek (p. 1-178) are preceded by various prayers in English (p. [1-18]), including several for Charles I, King of England and his family, for the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge (especially St. Catherine's Hall and Christ's College, Cambridge), and for the civil magistrates of "this city"; and an Easter sermon.

[18], 178 p. ; 18 x 11 cm.



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