The Resource God's holy order in nature, which man and woman were created in, truly stated and explained : Proving first, that man is head of the woman, and how woman is made in subjection to man her husband. Secondly, that God gave unto woman a sign in nature, differing from man, to teach her she is the glory of man her husband, and this sign is called glory to woman, and shame to mans nature.Thirdly, that man is commanded by the law of nature and written law of God, not to wear womans glory, because he is the image and glory of God. Fourthly, ... that man that weareth womans glory, by so doing says he is not the glory of God, nor woman the glory of man her husband. Fifthly, therefore, that Christian men durst not live in the breach of Gods order in nature, ... is proved both by scripture and history. Sixthly, and that the Kings and Queens of England; ... were careful, that both themselves and all under their charge, ... kept Gods order in nature ... Seventhly, when the duty began to be omitted by magistrates and guides of the people ... a shame to nature, and a reproach to the Christian r

God's holy order in nature, which man and woman were created in, truly stated and explained : Proving first, that man is head of the woman, and how woman is made in subjection to man her husband. Secondly, that God gave unto woman a sign in nature, differing from man, to teach her she is the glory of man her husband, and this sign is called glory to woman, and shame to mans nature.Thirdly, that man is commanded by the law of nature and written law of God, not to wear womans glory, because he is the image and glory of God. Fourthly, ... that man that weareth womans glory, by so doing says he is not the glory of God, nor woman the glory of man her husband. Fifthly, therefore, that Christian men durst not live in the breach of Gods order in nature, ... is proved both by scripture and history. Sixthly, and that the Kings and Queens of England; ... were careful, that both themselves and all under their charge, ... kept Gods order in nature ... Seventhly, when the duty began to be omitted by magistrates and guides of the people ... a shame to nature, and a reproach to the Christian r

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God's holy order in nature, which man and woman were created in, truly stated and explained : Proving first, that man is head of the woman, and how woman is made in subjection to man her husband. Secondly, that God gave unto woman a sign in nature, differing from man, to teach her she is the glory of man her husband, and this sign is called glory to woman, and shame to mans nature.Thirdly, that man is commanded by the law of nature and written law of God, not to wear womans glory, because he is the image and glory of God. Fourthly, ... that man that weareth womans glory, by so doing says he is not the glory of God, nor woman the glory of man her husband. Fifthly, therefore, that Christian men durst not live in the breach of Gods order in nature, ... is proved both by scripture and history. Sixthly, and that the Kings and Queens of England; ... were careful, that both themselves and all under their charge, ... kept Gods order in nature ... Seventhly, when the duty began to be omitted by magistrates and guides of the people ... a shame to nature, and a reproach to the Christian r
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God's holy order in nature, which man and woman were created in, truly stated and explained
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Proving first, that man is head of the woman, and how woman is made in subjection to man her husband. Secondly, that God gave unto woman a sign in nature, differing from man, to teach her she is the glory of man her husband, and this sign is called glory to woman, and shame to mans nature.Thirdly, that man is commanded by the law of nature and written law of God, not to wear womans glory, because he is the image and glory of God. Fourthly, ... that man that weareth womans glory, by so doing says he is not the glory of God, nor woman the glory of man her husband. Fifthly, therefore, that Christian men durst not live in the breach of Gods order in nature, ... is proved both by scripture and history. Sixthly, and that the Kings and Queens of England; ... were careful, that both themselves and all under their charge, ... kept Gods order in nature ... Seventhly, when the duty began to be omitted by magistrates and guides of the people ... a shame to nature, and a reproach to the Christian r
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Loving and Christian tender, humbly offered to the pious and serious consideration of the minsiters of the Gospel, and to all others it may concern
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Wing (2nd ed.)
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Wall, Thomas
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God's holy order in nature, which man and woman were created in, truly stated and explained : Proving first, that man is head of the woman, and how woman is made in subjection to man her husband. Secondly, that God gave unto woman a sign in nature, differing from man, to teach her she is the glory of man her husband, and this sign is called glory to woman, and shame to mans nature.Thirdly, that man is commanded by the law of nature and written law of God, not to wear womans glory, because he is the image and glory of God. Fourthly, ... that man that weareth womans glory, by so doing says he is not the glory of God, nor woman the glory of man her husband. Fifthly, therefore, that Christian men durst not live in the breach of Gods order in nature, ... is proved both by scripture and history. Sixthly, and that the Kings and Queens of England; ... were careful, that both themselves and all under their charge, ... kept Gods order in nature ... Seventhly, when the duty began to be omitted by magistrates and guides of the people ... a shame to nature, and a reproach to the Christian r
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  • "To the reader" signed Tho. Wall
  • With marginal notes
  • Caption title on p. 1: A loving and Christian tender, humbly offered to the pious and serious consideration of the minsiters of the Gospel, and to all others it may concern
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God's holy order in nature, which man and woman were created in, truly stated and explained : Proving first, that man is head of the woman, and how woman is made in subjection to man her husband. Secondly, that God gave unto woman a sign in nature, differing from man, to teach her she is the glory of man her husband, and this sign is called glory to woman, and shame to mans nature.Thirdly, that man is commanded by the law of nature and written law of God, not to wear womans glory, because he is the image and glory of God. Fourthly, ... that man that weareth womans glory, by so doing says he is not the glory of God, nor woman the glory of man her husband. Fifthly, therefore, that Christian men durst not live in the breach of Gods order in nature, ... is proved both by scripture and history. Sixthly, and that the Kings and Queens of England; ... were careful, that both themselves and all under their charge, ... kept Gods order in nature ... Seventhly, when the duty began to be omitted by magistrates and guides of the people ... a shame to nature, and a reproach to the Christian r
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Note
  • "To the reader" signed Tho. Wall
  • With marginal notes
  • Caption title on p. 1: A loving and Christian tender, humbly offered to the pious and serious consideration of the minsiters of the Gospel, and to all others it may concern
  • Copy has title page cropped at foot
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
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eebo99830824
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unknown
Extent
[6], 44 p.
File format
one file format
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electronic
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lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000072
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote

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