A Spirituall, and Most Precious Perle Teaching All Men to Loue and Imbrace the Crosse as a Mooste Svvete and Necessary Thing Vnto the Soule. Wrytten by a Learned Preacher, Otho Vvermullerus. and Translated by M. Miles Coverdale. (1574) by Miles Coverdale (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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