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Practical discourses concerning death and Heaven : discovering the great necessity of a speedy preparation for death : with the danger of neglecting or delaying such preparations : also the excellency, glory, and happiness of Heaven opened and explained as the portion of all true believers after death / by Nathanael Ranew.
- Ranew, Nathanael, 1602?-1678.
A female goddess with a castle on her head (representing an Earth goddess or Geometry) holds up a tablet engraved with faces from which a man copies; two angels and a swan sit with them in the clouds. Engraving by T. Holloway, 1810.
- Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.
Three practical discourses. I. Man's last end; or, The soul's farewell to the world. Being a serious warning for the timely preparation for death. By Mr. J. Janeway. II. A golden chain of four links: or, The four last things briefly discours'd of. Viz. Death; which is most certain, judgment, which is most strict. Hell, which is most dismal. Heaven, which is most delightful. With some directions to die well, in order to avoid hell, and obtain heaven. III. A sermon on Dives & Lazarus. Published for the greater comfort of those that taste the bitterness of affliction. The two last, by famous authors. [Two lines from Psalms]
- Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. Man's last end, or The soul's farewell to the world.