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|A04626||A treatise of patience in tribulation first, preached before the Right Honourable the Countesse of Southampton in her great heauines for the death of her most worthy husband and sonne: afterward inlarged for the helpe of all that are any way afflicted crossed or troubled. By William Iones B. of D. and P. of Arraton in the Isle of Wight. Herevnto are ioyned the teares of the Isle of Wight, shed on the tombe of their most noble Captaine Henrie Earle of Southampton and the Lord Wriothesly his sonne.||Jones, William, b. 1581 or 2.||1625 (1625)||STC 14747; ESTC S107863||31,017||54||View Text|
|A66469||A young man's fancy to the rising generation being a sermon preached upon the death, and at the desire of John Tappin of Boston, who deceased at Fairfield the 10th of October 1672, being in the nineteenth year of his age / by Samuel Wakeman ...||Wakeman, Samuel, 1635-1692.||1673 (1673)||Wing W279; ESTC R18408||44,372||48||View Text|
|A20202||The plaine mans path-way to heauen Wherein euery man may cleerely see, whether he shall be saued or damned. Set forth dialogue-wise, for the better vnderstanding of the simple: By Arthur Dent, preacher of the vvord of God at South-Shoobery in Essex. Corrected and amended: vvith a table of all the principall matters; and three prayers necessarie to be vsed in priuate families thereunto added.; Plaine mans path-way to heaven||Dent, Arthur, d. 1607.||1607 (1607)||STC 6629; ESTC S113573||201,787||436||View Text|
|B02626||The plain mans path-way to heaven wherein every man may clearly see whether he shall be saved or damned. / Set forth dialogue-wise for the better understanding of the simple, by Arthur Dent, preacher of the word of God at South-Shoobery in Essex.||Dent, Arthur, d. 1607.||1643 (1643)||Wing D1052B; ESTC R174600||204,325||502||View Text|
|A23806||A funeral handkerchief in two parts : I. Part. Containing arguments to comfort us at death of friends, II. Part. Containing several uses which we ought to make of such losses : to which is added, Three sermons preached at Coventry, in December last, 1670 / by Thomas Allestree ...||Allestree, Thomas, 1637 or 8-1715.||1671 (1671)||Wing A1197; ESTC R14326||214,765||404||View Text|
|A65106||The works of Publius Virgilius Maro translated by John Ogilby.; Works. English. 1649||Virgil.; Ogilby, John, 1600-1676.||1649 (1649)||Wing V608; ESTC R34729||215,167||464||View Text|