|Author:||Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5.|
|Title:||Greenvvoods vvorkes contayned in fiue seueral tractates. 1. Of the day of iudgement. 2. Of the Lords Prayer. 3. Of the race to saluation. 4. Of the torment of Tophet. 5. Of the baptisme of Christ.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Greenvvoods vvorkes contayned in fiue seueral tractates. 1. Of the day of iudgement. 2. Of the Lords Prayer. 3. Of the race to saluation. 4. Of the torment of Tophet. 5. Of the baptisme of Christ.
Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5., Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5., Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5., Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5., Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5.
London: Printed [by George Purslowe] for Henry Bell, and are to be sold by Iohn Clarke, at his shop vnder S. Peters Church in Corn-hill, 1620.
|Alternate titles:||Treatise of the great & general day of iudgement. Treatise of the great & general day of judgement. Ioyefull tractate of the most blessed baptisme. Joyefull tractate of the most blessed baptisme. VVorkes. Workes. Greenwoods workes.|
Reprints STC 12337.5, "A treatise of the great and generall daye of iudgement", STC 12335.3, "The race celestiall", STC 12336, "Tormenting Tophet", and STC 12333.5, "A joyfull tractate of the most blessed baptisme".
In five parts; parts 1, 3, 4 and 5 have separate title pages, the last with imprint: Printed by George Purslowe, and are to be sold by Iohn Clarke, 1620.
With separate pagination; signatures continuous.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVL AND my very good friends, Sr. LESTRAVNGE MORDAVNT of Massingham Hall, in the County of Norfolke, Knight Baronet: And to the Vertuous LADY, the LADY FRAVNCIS MORDAVNT, his louing Bedfellow: Eternall wel-fare, and euerlasting happinesse, in Christ Iesus our Lord and Sauiour.
To the Reader.
A Treatise of the Great and Generall Day of Iudge∣ment, necessary for euery Christi∣an, that wisheth good successe to his soule, at that Great and Terrible day.
A True and Comfortable Exposition of the Lords PRAYER.
Concerning which prayer, I obserue these foure things.
TO THE MOST High and Mighty, most Gra∣cious and Religious PRINCE, IAMES, by the grace of God, of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith Apostol▪ call, &c. All blessed hap in this life, and eternall blisse in the life to come.
THE RACE CELESTIALL; OR, Aspeedy course to Saluation.
A MORNING PRAYER.
AN EVENING PRAYER.
TO THE RIGHT Worshipfull and my verie deare friends, Sir Lestraunge Mordaunt of Massingham Hall, in the Countie of Norfolke, Knight Baro∣net, and Lady Frances Mordaunt, his most louing Bed-fellow: HENRY GREENVVOOD. Wisheth all increase of Grace in this Life, and Eternall Life in Life to come.
To the CHRISTIAN Reader.
Tormenting TOPHET, Or, A terrible description of Hell, able to breake the hardest heart, and cause it quake and tremble.
An Earnest and zealous Pray∣er, to be saued from the damnation of TOPHET.
TO THE RIGHT Worshipfull M. ROBERT MORDAVNT of Massingham Hall, in the County of Norsolke, Esquire, and Mistris AMY MORDAVNT, his mostlouing Bedfellow: All increase of Grace in this life, and of glory in the life to come.
To the CHRISTIAN Reader.
A Godly and right Christian Prayer, made for the instructi∣ou and comfort of his weakest Parishioners of Hempstead, reue∣rently to be vsed euery Euening in their seuerall Families.