Heavenly treasure, or Mans chiefest good
Heavenly treasure, or Mans chiefest good. Wherein the several workings of the heart about, and in pursuance of its chiefest good, are solidly and judiciously discovered. By William Strong that godly, able, and faithful minister of Christ, lately of the abbey at Westminster
City of Publication
Printed by R.W. for Francis Tyton, [at the sign of] the three Daggers in Fleet-street, [near the] Inner-Temple Gate, 1656.
Wing (2nd ed.), S6004; ESTC Citation R25154
, 395, , 397-467,  p.; 12⁰.