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Carre, Thomas, 1599-1674 National Library of Australia National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO

Pinkney, Miles Wikipedia (en) ISNI-test German National Library

VIAF ID: 39452591 (Personal)


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the draught of eternity Wikipedia (en)
˜The œfollowing of Christ. Divided into four books. Written in latin, by the learned and devout man Thomas of Kempis canon regular of the order of St. Augustin. Translated into english, and in this last edition, reviewed and compared with several former editions Wikipedia (en) National Library of France German National Library
the funerall sermon of the queen of great britanie Wikipedia (en)
Imitation de Jésus-Christ National Library of France
˜The œlife of Thomas a Kempis... Wikipedia (en) National Library of France
occasional discourses Wikipedia (en)
pietas parisiensis, or a short description of the pietie and charitie commonly exercised in paris. which represents in short the pious practises of the whole catholike church Wikipedia (en) National Library of France
pietas romana et parisiensis Wikipedia (en) German National Library
the principall points of the faith of the catholike chvrch. defended against a writing sent to the king by the 4 ministers of charenton. by the most eminent armand ihon de plessia, cardinal dvke de richeliev. englished by m.c., confessor to the english nuns at paris Wikipedia (en)
some reflections Wikipedia (en)
the spiritual conflict Wikipedia (en)
sweete thoughtes of jesvs and marie, or meditations for all the sundays and feasts of our b. saviour and b. virgin mary; for the use of the daughters of sion Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO
Swete thoughtes to Iesus. - German National Library
thomas of kempis, his soliloquies translated ovt of latine Wikipedia (en)
a treatise of the love of god Wikipedia (en)
vindication of protestant charity Wikipedia (en)

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