by Printed by T. C[reede] for the Widow Newbery, and are to be sold at her shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Ball in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Epistle discoursing upon the present pestilence, Epistle touching the present pestilence., Epistle discoursing upon the present pestilence.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1230:10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
An epistle discoursing vpon the present pestilence Teaching what it is, and how the people of God should carrie themselues towards God and their neighbour therein. Reprinted with some : Henoch. Clapham. FAmine, sword and pestilence, are a Trinitie of punishments prepared of the Lord, for consuming a people that haue sinned against him. -- Henoch Clapham, An epistle discoursing vpon the present pestilence (London: Thomas Creede, ; STC ). An epistle discoursing upon the pestilence (London, ). Cipolla, Carlo M. Cristofano and the plague, a study in the history of public health in the age of . In his tract, An Epistle discoursing upon the present Pestilence, the dedication states he has ‘been sent to Coventry by the Brownists’. Perhaps it was some of these who complained to the Bishop of London that he preached a doctrine that the plague was not infectious.
A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed. By Nicholas Byfield, late preacher of God's Word at Isle-worth in Middlesex. Author: Byfield, Nicholas, Therefore, good reader, every Christian sect from the fourth century to the present period, have been blessed with the books that climbed upon the communion-table, and in consequence were deemed inspired and canonical; at the same time have been forbidden to read the Gospels and Epistles herein published, because they could not perform the same feat, but remained under the table, and were . Byfield, Nicholas, A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter (), STC2: Caesar, Philipp, A general discourse against the damnable sect of vsurers grounded vppon the vvorde of God, trans. Rogers, Thomas (), STC2: Author: Jonathan Willis. The book mines the rich and neglected resources of early modern quasi-scriptural writings - treatise, sermon, commentary, annotation, poetry and political tract - to show how deeply embedded this political vocabulary remained, across the century, from top to bottom and across all religious by: 5.
Also an interpretation vpon the second Epistle of S. Paul to the Thessa lonians, the second Chapter. Seene and alowed according to the order appointed. Imprinted at London, by Tho. East and H Myddleton: for VVilliam Norton. Anno salutis. Henoch Clapham, An Epistle Discoursing upon the Present Pestilence (London, ), sig. C2 : Catherine Loomis. Abstract. Critics have often struggled with reconciling Mercutio’s Queen Mab speech with the rest of Romeo and Harold C. Goddard observes, ‘The famous description of her has been widely held to be an outburst of poetry from the author put arbitrarily in Mercutio’s mouth.’ 1 E. Pearlman maintains that ‘There is no overlap between the realist, materialist Mercutio and Cited by: 1. The regiment of life, whereunto is added a treatise of the pestilence, with the boke of children, newly corrected and enlarged by T. Phayre: Bell, Thomas, fl. /  The regiment of the Church as it is agreable with Scriptures, all antiquities of the Fathers, and moderne writers, from the Apostles themselues, vnto this present age.