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Povey, Charles - The Virgin in Eden, 1741 (ESTC T70804)

Povey, Charles
The virgin in Eden: or, the state of innocency. Deliver’d by way of image and description. Presenting a nobleman, a student, and heiress, on their progress from sodom to Canaan. With the Parable of the Shepherd, Zachariah, and Mary, who dwelt in thatched Tenements, secluded from Noise and Snares. Their holy Living and Dying. To which are added, Pamela’s Letters proved to be immodest Romances painted in Images of Virtue: Masquerades in Disguise, that receiv’d Birth now Vice reigns in Triumph, and swells in Streams even to a Deluge. In this Treatise are the Divine Sayings of Queen Mary and Carolina in publick Assemblies and select Companies. Taken from their own Manuscripts. The Decree of God appoints these Records to be kept in every House, in every Kingdom and State, from one Generation to another, till the great Fall of Nature. Wrote by the author of the sheets entitled, Torments after death. That Copy, of which such vast Numbers were printed and sold, Four, Seven, and in some Houses Twenty, to send into the Country and beyond the Seas.
The Second Edition
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Printed by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane; and sold by such as sell Pamphlets and News-Papers; and at the Author's House, No. 3. in Little Ailie-Street, Goodman's-Fields
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Price 1s. 6d. in Marble-Paper, and 2s. 6d. bound in Calf's-Leather.
University of California - Berkeley, BR75 .P6 1741a
Appears to be a photostatic copy.
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