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A collection of the farewel-sermons of several eminent ministers of the City of London : preached to their respective congregations at their departure from them, Aug. 17. 1662. To which is annexed a sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. Simeon Ash, late minister of the Gospel at St. Austins in London.
- Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. Righteous man's death lamented.
- Printed in the year 1662
The rare jewel of Christian contentment. Containing eighteen rules for the obtaining this excellent grace. A treatise worthy to be highly prized, and diligently improved by all the afflicted children of God while in this vale of tears. To which is added a few passages from Mr. Bolde's Preparation for death. By Jeremiah Burroughs.
- Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646.
The Devout Christian's exemplar: Or, The sacred history of the incarnation and brith, life and death, refurrection and ascension of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ digested into a new and practical method, and chronological order. To which are annexed, suitable prayers and meditations extracted from the works of the most eminent writers, Bp. Taylor, Bp. Patrick, Bp. Kenn, Mr. Nelson, &c. Adorn'd with cuts. To which is added, the life and death of the virgin Mary by a Late Eminent Prelate.
- Morrice, John, 1685-1740.
Faith & experience:, or, A short narration of the holy life and death of Mary Simpson, late of Gregories Parish in the city of Norvvich : who dyed, anno 1647 in or about the thirtieth yeare of her age after 3 yeares sicknesse and upwards. Containing a confession of her faith and relation of her experience, taken from her owne mouth. To which is added a sermon preached at her funerall, upon Rom. 14. 6,7.
- Collinges, John, 1623-1690.
A letter, from a volunteer in the service of Immanuel, to his friend. Accompanied with a poetical invitation to careless sinners, to enter into the service of the King of Kings. To which is added the Christian's hope. By Thomas Mason, preacher of the Gospel in Harwich.
- Mason, Thomas, Preacher of the gospel in Harwick.
- MDCCXCIII. 
The genuine lives of Capt. Cranstoun, and Miss Mary Blandy. Containing, A true narrative of Captain Cranstoun's juvenile flights. His own account of his intrigue with Miss Blandy, and the measures they concerted to destroy her father. His scheme to annual his Scots marriage, and his letter to his wife on that occasion. His voluntary exile, travels in France and miserable end. An account of the education, character and amours of Miss Blandy, before her acquaintance with Mr. Cranstoun. Her blind submission to his will. Several instances of the violence of her passion for him. The scheme to poison her father, traced to its original. The Hon. Mr. Bathurst's Speech, upon opening the indictment. The evidence at large of Dr. Addington. Mr. Baron Legge's speech on summing up the evidence. Her dying behaviour, and declaration. By a gentleman, who was a spectator at her trial, and death, and afterwards accompanied the captain in his travels through France. With a curious print of Mr. Cranstoun a
- Gentleman, Who Was a Spectator at Her Trial, and Death, and Afterwards Accompanied the Captain in his Travels Through France.
- MDCCLIII. 
Christ a perfect Saviour unto all them that obey him. And the death and last end of the righteous. Two sermons preached at Grafton, November 15th, 1772. Being the last delivered in publick there by Aaron Hutchinson, A.M. then Pastor. Printed at the request of and for the subscribers. [Nine lines of Scripture texts]
- Hutchinson, Aaron, 1724-1800.
Three elegies on the most lamented death of Prince Henrie, the first written by Cyril Tourneur. The second [written by] Iohn Webster. The third [written by] Tho: Heywood.
- Heywood, Thomas, approximately 1574-1641. Monumental columne, erected to the living memory of the ever-glorious Henry, late Prince of Wales.
Christ abolishing death and bringing life and immortality to light in the Gospel. A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honourable Mary Belcher late consort of His Excellency our present governour. Delivered at Boston, N.E. October 17. 1736, being the Lord's-Day after he funeral. By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church. [Three lines from I Corinthians]
- Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.