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God's revenge against murder and adultery Remarkably displayed in thirty tragical histories: shewing the justice and power of divine providence in punishing such atrocious offences. The whole extremely interesting, entertaining, and instructive; very necessary to deter and restrain us from giving a loose to our passions and irregular appetites. Each history introduced with a copper plate, representing the most striking passages. A new edition revised and corrected, with a recommendatory preface, by the Rev. Philip Batteson, B.A

E-book E-book (MDCCLXXVIII. [1778])
Description: [2],iv,366p.,plates ; 2⁰.
Publisher: London : Printed for T. Axtell, at the Royal Exchange; R. Shaw, in White Friars, Fleet Street; and J. French, at No. 47, Holborn, MDCCLXXVIII. [1778]

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General Note: English Short Title Catalog, T163155.
Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland.
An abridgment, edited by Philip Batteson, of John Reynolds' 'The triumphs of Gods revenge, against the crying, and execrable sinne of murther', first published in 1621, with the 'Adultery' stories by a different hand (possibly Samuel Pordage).
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English Short Title Catalog, T163155.
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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Subject: Murder
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Citation: Reynolds, John. "God's revenge against murder and adultery Remarkably displayed in thirty tragical histories: shewing the justice and power of divine providence in punishing such atrocious offences. The whole extremely interesting, entertaining, and instructive; very necessary to deter and restrain us from giving a loose to our passions and irregular appetites. Each history introduced with a copper plate, representing the most striking passages. A new edition revised and corrected, with a recommendatory preface, by the Rev. Philip Batteson, B.A." London : Printed for T. Axtell, at the Royal Exchange; R. Shaw, in White Friars, Fleet Street; and J. French, at No. 47, Holborn, MDCCLXXVIII 1778.
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