Mirth's madness, or, the vanity of mens laughter, and of their merry amusements in their idle hours. Consider'd in a sermon upon Ecclesiastes II. 1,2. (intended to have been preached in St. James's church in S. Edmunds-Bury, October the 8th, 1701. And now in Compensation of the undesign'd Disappointment that Day, for the use of those Persons of Quality and others, who resort to the Wednesday Lecture there.) By Edward Grove A.M. Rector of Chevington near Bury, in the County of Suffolk.

  • Grove, Edward, 1667 or 1668-1727.
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1702
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Norwich : printed for R. Watson, Bookseller in Bury, and T. Goddard, Bookseller in Norwich, 1702.

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