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A translation of the booke of nature, into the vse of grace. Performed and principally intended for the benefit of those who plead ignorance, or they are not book-learned, or that they want teachers and so thinke to excuse themselues in their sinnes. By William Evans, Mr of Arts of St Mary Hall in Oxford

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  • "A translation of the booke of nature, into the vse of grace. Performed and principally intended for the benefit of those who plead ignorance, or they are not book-learned, or that they want teachers and so thinke to excuse themselues in their sinnes. By William Evans, Mr of Arts of St Mary Hall in Oxford"@en
  • "A translation of the booke of nature, into the vse of grace : performed and principally intended for the benefit of those who plead ignorance, or they are not book-learned, or that they want teachers and so thinke to excuse themselues in their sinnes"@en
  • "A translation of the booke of nature, into the vse of grace Performed and principally intended for the benefit of those who plead ignorance, or they are not book-learned, or that they want teachers and so thinke to excuse themselues in their sinnes. By William Evans, Mr of Arts of St Mary Hall in Oxford"@en
  • "A translation of the booke of nature, into the vse of grace : Performed and principally intended for the benefit of those who plead ignorance, or they are not book-learned, or that they want teachers and so thinke to excuse themselues in their sinnes. By William Evans, Mr of Arts of St Mary Hall in Oxford"