The garlande of godlie flowers, (commonly called Twynes praiers) : carefully collected, and bewtifully adorned with the most fragrant blossoms that flourish in the comfortable gardein of the right pure and sacred Scriptures : yeelding foorth a verie comfortable fauour to the afflicted soule, whereby he is safely transported to the mercifull throne of God, there to gaine forgiuenes of his offences

Thomas Twyne Printed by the assigne of W. Seres : Printed by Henrie Denham, dwelling in Pater noster Row, at the signe of the Starre, 1580

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