3 edition of The cynosura, or, A saving star that leads to eternity found in the catalog.
The cynosura, or, A saving star that leads to eternity
|Other titles||The cynosura, A saving star that leads to eternity|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 89:12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 450,  p|
|Number of Pages||450|
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The cynosura, or, A saving star that leads to eternity: discovered amidst the celestial orbs of David's Psalms, by way of paraphrase upon the The cynosura. Author/creator Cross, Nicholas, The cynosura, or, A saving star that leads to eternity: discovered amidst the celestial orbs of David's Psalms, by way of paraphrase upon the Miserere.
He is the author of: 1. ‘The Cynosura; or a Saving Star which leads to Eternity, discovered amidst the celestial orbs of David's Psalms, by way of Paraphrase on the 50th Psalm,’ London,folio.
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