The religious tradesman;
or, Plain and serious hints of advice for the tradesman's prudent and pious conduct; from his entrance into business, to his leaving it off. Contained under the heads: Of the nature of life of business, and obligations to it; Of choosing a calling; Of prudence or discretion; Of diligence; Of justice; Of truth, and of contentment, as they relate to trade; Of religion; Of leaving our callings...
|Main Author:||Steele, Richard, 1629-1692.|
Charlestown [Mass.] Printed by Samuel Etheridge, and sold by him at the Washington head bookstore, 1804.
viii, 238 p.
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