3 edition of [The diamond of deuotion] found in the catalog.
[The diamond of deuotion]
by Printed by Peter Short, dwelling on Bredstreet hill at the signe of the starre] in 1598 At London
Written in English
|Other titles||Diamond of devotion, Diamond of deuotion., Diamond of devotion., Footepath to felicitie., Guide to godlinesse., Schoole of skill., Swarme of bees., Plant of pleasure., Groue of graces., Grove of graces.|
|Genre||Early works to 1900.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 229:10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 320,  p.|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Abraham Fleming (Flemyng) (c. –) was an English clergyman. He was a prolific writer and translator, who contributed to others' texts.
reprinted in 'The Diamond of Deuotion,' 'A Monomachie of Motives in the mind of man: Or a battell between Vertues & Vices of contrarie qualitie,' newly Englished, London, Fleming, Abraham.
[ Book: ] At Murdoch University. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 76,) The diamond of deuotion: cut and squared into sixe seuerall points: namelie, 1 The footpath to felicitie. 1 2 A guide to godlines. 81 3 The schoole of skill.
4 A swarme of bees. 5 A plant of pleasure. Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum. Return to Renascence Editions Yet let her blessed thoghts this book imbrace. And pardon me (faire Queene) though I presume, which is this most pretious pearle of all perfection, this rich diamond of deuotion, this perfect gold growing in the veines of that excellent earth of the most blessed Paradice, wherein.
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