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William Whately (1583-1639)
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A Bride-Bush; or, a direction for married persons, plainly describing the duties common to both, and peculiar to each of them, etc (1768)
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Care-cloth, Or, A Treatise of the Cvmbers and Trovbles of Marriage (ImFelix Kyngston for Thomas Man, 1624)
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Directions for Married Persons ..., 2nd ed. (and sold at the New-Chapel, City-Road; and at the Rev. Mr. Wesley's preaching-houses in town and country, 1790)
GB 
Korte verhandelinge van de voornaamste christelijcke oeffeningen, vol. 1 (1649)
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The New Birth: Or, a Treatise of Regeneration. Deliuered in Certaine Sermons; and Now Published (London : Assignes of Thomas Man,&c.; to be sold by Fulke Clifton, 1630)
GB 
A pithie, short, and methodicall opening of the Ten commandements. By Master William Whately, preacher of the word of God at Banburie in Oxford-shire (London : Iohn Haviland for Thomas Pauier and Leonard Greene [, Cambridge], 1622)
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Prototypes, or, The primarie precedent presidents out of the booke of Genesis shewing, the [brace] good and bad things [brace] they did and had practically applied to our information and reformation (London : G.M. for Edvvard Langham booke-seller in Banbury, 1640)
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The redemption of time, or a sermon containing very good remedies for them that haue mis-spent their time shewing how they should redeeme it comfortably. By M.W. Master in Arts. (London : T. E[ast] for Thomas Man, dwelling in Pater-noster-Row, and the signe of the Talbot, 1606)
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The redemption of time, or, A sermon containing very good remedies for them that have mis-spent their time shewing how they should redeem it comfortably (London : Francis Tyton ..., 1673)
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Sinne no more, or, A sermon preached in the parish church of Banbury ... vpon occasion of a ... terrible fire. The 3rd time publ (1824)
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