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Death triumphant, or, The most renowned, mighty, puissant and irresistible champion and conqueror general of the whole world, Death, described : with a descripton [sic] of his notable fights and triumphant victories obtained against all creatures, especially against the sons and daughters of men : also his particular stratagems and numerous regiment of sicknesses and diseases whereby he conquers and subdues mankind : lively set forth to the view of all men for their better preparation for the day of their death and dissolution out of this sinful life

Andrew Jones London : Printed for Will. Thackery ..., 1681

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