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edition identification: ++++"Hearts delight. A sermon preached at
Pauls Crosse in London in Easter tearme. 1593. By Thomas Playfere
Professor of Diuinity for the Lady Margaret in Cambridge."Playfere,
Thomas, 1561?-1609.In three parts.Part 2 has a separate title page,
with same publication date, reading: The power of prayer. A sermon
preached in the Cathedrall Church of Exeter in August, 1596. By
Thomas Playfere ..Part 3 has a separate title page, with same
publication date, reading: The sicke mans couch. A sermon preached
before the most noble Prince Henry at Greenwich, Mar. 12. Ann.
1604. By Thomas Playfere ..Printer's device (McKerrow 325) on each
title page.Part 3: pages 27-36 missing in number only.Another
edition of STC 20010, originally published in 1593.Print faded and
show-through; several pages marked and stained; beginning-page 49
from Cambridge University copy spliced at end.Formerly STC 20013;
STC (2nd ed.) identifies this item as part 2 of STC 20003.5 (The
whole sermons ...). 6], 49; 5], 36; 6], 84 i.e. 74] p.Printed at
London: By I.L. and are to bee sold in Pauls Church-yard at the
signe of the Marigold, by James Boler, 1633.STC (2nd ed.) /
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