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The converted sinner [electronic resource] : a sermon, preached at Clerkenwel church, on the wonderful and remarkable conversion of James Woossencraft, Who being a Notorious Swearer and Blasphemer, was Thrown into a Trance, in which he saw the Haniousness of his Crimes laid open, with the Dreadful Terrors of Hell, and the Joys of Heaven; whereby he is since become a real Penitent, Devout Person, and a good Christian. As are also Seven of his Companions who were as bad as himself. By the Reverend D. Pead, Minister of Clerkenwel Church, and Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Newcastle.
Pead, Deuel, d. 1727.
London : printed for William Ward, in Fleet-Street, 1701.
16p. ; 8⁰.
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London : printed for William Ward, in Fleet-Street, 1701.
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English Short Title Catalog, T95879.
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Another edition of 'The converted sinner: or, an account of the wonderful mercy of God .. ' incorporating the changes proposed in the errata to that work, but without the section entitled: 'The true relation of James Woossencroft.'.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
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