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作者 Flavel, John, 1630?-1691
書名 Navigation spiritualiz'd: or, A new compass for seamen [electronic resource] : consisting of XXXII points of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, I. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. II. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. III. The art of preserving the fruit of the lips. IV. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. V. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desir'd reformation from the horrible and destable [sic] sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommmended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. By John Flavel, minister of the Gospel
出版項 London : printed for M. Fabian in Mercers Chappel at the lower end of Cheapside, 1698
版本 The fourth edition
說明 [24], 118, [2], 80 p. : ill
系列 Early English books online
附註 An edition of "Navigation Spiritualized", first published in 1677
Title words "pleasant .. reflections:" are set in three lines, joined at left by a brace
Frontispiece is a typeset poem, the words framed and intersected by printers' rules in the form of a St. Andrews cross
Imprimatur at foot of A5r reads: Geo. Stradling, S.T.P. Rev. in Christo Pat. D. Gilb. Archiepisc. Cant. a Sac. Domest. Ex Æd. Lamb. Dec. 14. 1663
The "essay toward their much desir'd reformation" has separate pagination and a separate title page which reads: A pathetical and serious disswasive from the horrid and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness forgetfulness of mercies, vioation of promises; and atheistical contempt of death. Applied by way of caution to sea-men, and now added as an appendix to their New compass. ..; there is no edition statement; imprint is dated 1698 and reads in part: Printed by Tho. Parkust [sic] and M. Fabian; register is continuous
Caption title on p. 1 and running title to the first part of this work reads: A new compass for sea-men; or, navigation spritualized; the appendix has varying running titles and caption titles for each subject
Copy cropped at head, affecting pagination and text
Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Wing (2nd ed.) F1173
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1925:15) s1999 miun s
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主題 Spiritual life -- Anglican authors -- Early works to 1800
Spiritual healing -- England -- Early works to 1800
Sailors -- Religious life -- England -- Early works to 1800
Alt Title Navigation spiritualized
New compass for seamen
New compass for sea-men; or, navigation spiritualized
Pathetical and serious disswasive from the horrid and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises; and atheistical contempt of death
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