Choice Sermons Preached Upon Selected Occasions Viz. By John Stoughton, Doctor In Divinitie, Sometime Fellow Of Emanuel College In Cambridge, Late Preacher Of Aldermanbury, London. (1640)by Anthony Burgess
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Choice sermons preached upon selected occasions Viz. The happinesse of peace: before K. James at Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge. The love-sick spouse: at St. Pauls Crosse. The burning light: at a visitation in Christs Church, London.
Stoughton, John, d. 1639.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664.
Dedication signed by the editor: A.B.
"The happinesse of peace" and "The love-sick spouse" have separate titlepages; pagination and register are continuous. "The burning light", which has imprint "Printed by Thomas Cotes for Daniel Frere", and "The magistrates commission", which has imprint "Printed by T. Cotes for Daniel Frere", have separate title pages, pagination sequences and registers. All title pages are dated 1640.
Also issued as part 1 of STC 23306, his "XV. choice sermons", 1640.
Some print faded and some show-through, some pages stained. Beginning to page 35 from Cambridge University Library spliced at end.
"The burning light" formerly STC 23301.
"The burning light" identified as STC 23301 on UMI microfilm reel 1293.
Appears at reel 1396 and at reel 1293 ("The burning light" only).
, 156, , 32, 64 p.
London : Printed by Richard Hodgkinson for Daniel Frere, and are to be sold at the Red Bull in Little Britaine, 1640.
STC (2nd ed.) / 23302
English Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N. Y.) Library
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