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The speedy passage to heauen. Or A perfect direction for every true Christian, to walke in the right path of true holinesse for the sure attaining of euerlasting happinesse. Containing an explanation of the Tenne commandements, the Creede, and our Lords prayer: with diuers other godly prayers both for morning and euening.

Title:The speedy passage to heauen. Or A perfect direction for every true Christian, to walke in the right path of true holinesse for the sure attaining of euerlasting happinesse. Containing an explanation of the Tenne commandements, the Creede, and our Lords prayer: with diuers other godly prayers both for morning and euening.
Note:London : Printed [by T. Creede?] for Thomas Bushel, 1612
  
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Subject:Lord's prayer -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Ten commandments -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Apostles' Creed -- Early works to 1800
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