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The Resource Cain's lamentations over Abel : In six books. I. His astonishment at Abel's death-his melancholy relation of the event to Adam and Eve, and his sorrowful separation from his parents when he became a fugitive exile. II. His conviction and penitence in his solitary retirement, with Satan's appearing to him. III. The appearance of Abel unto him as a messenger from Heaven, and their discourse. IV. His reflections on Abel's descension, and the consolation it produced to his soul. V. The appearance and discourse of Adam with him from Heaven-Adam's departure-his second appearance to him as the messenger of glad tidings and comfort-with Cain's melancholy reflections and doubts in the interval. VI. His patient waiting the will of God to depart from this spot of solitude, and earnest desire to see his mother before she goes to his father and brother-with the death of Eve in the presence of Cain. By R. C. Rogers, (electronic resource)

Cain's lamentations over Abel : In six books. I. His astonishment at Abel's death-his melancholy relation of the event to Adam and Eve, and his sorrowful separation from his parents when he became a fugitive exile. II. His conviction and penitence in his solitary retirement, with Satan's appearing to him. III. The appearance of Abel unto him as a messenger from Heaven, and their discourse. IV. His reflections on Abel's descension, and the consolation it produced to his soul. V. The appearance and discourse of Adam with him from Heaven-Adam's departure-his second appearance to him as the messenger of glad tidings and comfort-with Cain's melancholy reflections and doubts in the interval. VI. His patient waiting the will of God to depart from this spot of solitude, and earnest desire to see his mother before she goes to his father and brother-with the death of Eve in the presence of Cain. By R. C. Rogers, (electronic resource)

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Cain's lamentations over Abel : In six books. I. His astonishment at Abel's death-his melancholy relation of the event to Adam and Eve, and his sorrowful separation from his parents when he became a fugitive exile. II. His conviction and penitence in his solitary retirement, with Satan's appearing to him. III. The appearance of Abel unto him as a messenger from Heaven, and their discourse. IV. His reflections on Abel's descension, and the consolation it produced to his soul. V. The appearance and discourse of Adam with him from Heaven-Adam's departure-his second appearance to him as the messenger of glad tidings and comfort-with Cain's melancholy reflections and doubts in the interval. VI. His patient waiting the will of God to depart from this spot of solitude, and earnest desire to see his mother before she goes to his father and brother-with the death of Eve in the presence of Cain. By R. C. Rogers
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Cain's lamentations over Abel
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In six books. I. His astonishment at Abel's death-his melancholy relation of the event to Adam and Eve, and his sorrowful separation from his parents when he became a fugitive exile. II. His conviction and penitence in his solitary retirement, with Satan's appearing to him. III. The appearance of Abel unto him as a messenger from Heaven, and their discourse. IV. His reflections on Abel's descension, and the consolation it produced to his soul. V. The appearance and discourse of Adam with him from Heaven-Adam's departure-his second appearance to him as the messenger of glad tidings and comfort-with Cain's melancholy reflections and doubts in the interval. VI. His patient waiting the will of God to depart from this spot of solitude, and earnest desire to see his mother before she goes to his father and brother-with the death of Eve in the presence of Cain. By R. C. Rogers
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Cain's lamentations over Abel : In six books. I. His astonishment at Abel's death-his melancholy relation of the event to Adam and Eve, and his sorrowful separation from his parents when he became a fugitive exile. II. His conviction and penitence in his solitary retirement, with Satan's appearing to him. III. The appearance of Abel unto him as a messenger from Heaven, and their discourse. IV. His reflections on Abel's descension, and the consolation it produced to his soul. V. The appearance and discourse of Adam with him from Heaven-Adam's departure-his second appearance to him as the messenger of glad tidings and comfort-with Cain's melancholy reflections and doubts in the interval. VI. His patient waiting the will of God to depart from this spot of solitude, and earnest desire to see his mother before she goes to his father and brother-with the death of Eve in the presence of Cain. By R. C. Rogers, (electronic resource)
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Cain's lamentations over Abel : In six books. I. His astonishment at Abel's death-his melancholy relation of the event to Adam and Eve, and his sorrowful separation from his parents when he became a fugitive exile. II. His conviction and penitence in his solitary retirement, with Satan's appearing to him. III. The appearance of Abel unto him as a messenger from Heaven, and their discourse. IV. His reflections on Abel's descension, and the consolation it produced to his soul. V. The appearance and discourse of Adam with him from Heaven-Adam's departure-his second appearance to him as the messenger of glad tidings and comfort-with Cain's melancholy reflections and doubts in the interval. VI. His patient waiting the will of God to depart from this spot of solitude, and earnest desire to see his mother before she goes to his father and brother-with the death of Eve in the presence of Cain. By R. C. Rogers, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Frontis=plate
  • R.C. Rogers=Rowland Cotton
  • Braces in imprint
  • Price from imprint: price 2s. stitched, or 3s. bound
  • Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
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ESTCN70020
Dimensions
120
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unknown
Extent
[2],215,[1]p., plate
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electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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