Third Part of a Rule for Perfection

Scope and Content

The work is the third part of a lengthy theological tract. It includes chapters 22 to 33 of the Rule for Perfection, which deal with various types of regeneration.

Administrative / Biographical History

The author, Francis Bennet, is described as 'a capuaine preacher of Camfield, Essex' on the flyleaf of this volume.

Access Information

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Acquisition Information

It was deposited with the Ottery St Mary parish library by the rector of Ottery St Mary in November 1981

Conditions Governing Use

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Custodial History

The volume is the third part of a four-part planned work, of which the first two parts seem to have been completed and the fourth may well have been. It had become detached from its fellows by March 1718, when it was sold at an auction by Thomas Corbet at the corner of Fleet Bridge. It bears the ownership inscription of a Mr Munday in an eighteenth century hand.