The mirrour of maiestie Wherein the Mother-Church inviteth her damsels to contemplate the harbourlesse ghest, yet waiting at the doore of mans heart for entertainment. Set forth in fiue sermons: 1 The blamelesse separatist. 2 Sweete contemplation. 3 Salomons royaltie. 4 Christs coronation. 5 The saints dignitie. Preached in ascension weeke, by W. Hull Doctor in Divinitie by William Hull

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Published by Printed by Nicholas Okes, for William Timme and Iohn Robinson, and are to bee sold at their shop in Pater-noster-row in London .

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Other titlesMirrour of majestie, Mirrour of majestie.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1144:15.
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FormatMicroform
Pagination[16], 140, [2] p.
Number of Pages140
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Open LibraryOL18468405M

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This volume of the Index Emblematicus deals with three early seventeenth-century works: Remaines of a Greater Worke Concerning Britaine, by William Camden; The Mirrour of Maiestie, by H.G.; and Otto van Veen's Amorum Emblemata.

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