A profitable and well grounded concordance both fitted for the meanest capacity, and very useful for general good; wherein may be readily found the chiefest words contained in the Scriptures. Also the chiefest doctrinal heads of Scripture, opened and illustrated, both by reason, and argument. Being a subject of the most useful nature yet extant.

William Chadwell London : Printed by G. Dawson, for Francis Smith, at the Elephant and Castle, near Temple-Barr, 1660

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