The Jewes high commondation of the metrapolitant [sic] cathedrall church of St. Paul having view"d the greatest effiges [sic] in the world : with Pauls complaint to His Sacred Majesty of all his sad losses and abuses in the time of his absence, and His Majesties gracious promise for the repairing of it to its former state & condition : to a delicate new tune, or, The Repairing of Pauls.

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  • St. Paul"s Cathedral (London, England) -- Poetry.,
  • Wandering Jew.

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Other titlesRepairing of Pauls.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1741:25.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
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Open LibraryOL18743342M

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The Jewes high commondation of the metrapolitant [sic] cathedrall church of St. Paul having view'd the greatest effiges [sic] in the world: with Pauls complaint to His Sacred Majesty of all his sad losses and abuses in the time of his absence, and His Majesties gracious promise for the repairing of it to its former state & condition: to a delicate new tune, or, The Repairing of Pauls.

The Jewes high commondation of the metrapolitant [sic] cathedrall church of St. Paul: having view'd the greatest effiges [sic] in the world: with Pauls complaint to His Sacred Majesty of all his sad losses and abuses in the time of his absence, and His Majesties gracious promise for the repairing of it to its former state & condition: to a delicate new tune, or, The Repairing of Pauls.

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