Hammond – Englands Alarum-bell (1652)

Hammond, Charles. Englnads [sic] alarum-bell : to be rung in the eares of all true Christians, to awaken them out of dead sleep of sin and securitie; that they may arme themselves by prayer and repentance, and seek the Lord while he may be found, before the evill day commeth (London : Printed for Richard Burton, at the signe of the Horse-shooe in Smithfield, 1652)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 82. STC R39229.

British Library Cup.408.d.8(6). Located by Paul Morgan.

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