PITTS THEOLOGY LIBRARY
ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS DEPT.
EXTENT: 1 volume.
Copybook, ca. 1652.
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 008
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CITATION: John Wandesforde Copybook, MSS 008, Archives and Manuscripts
Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
No information is available on John Wandesforde. He was apparently a 17th
century seminary student in England. A note on the top of a sermon reads "A
sermon preached by Mr. Belamy the 4th of July 1652 at Hupswett Chapell [sic]:
in Romans the 5th and 15th."
Scope and Content Note
The copybook contains notes from a sermon in English along with short essays
on subjects such as "Summer is better than winter," "Gentleness is in a prince
even," "The shortness of life," etc. The significance of the work lies in
its provision of a glimpse into the studies of an English student of the
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