|Author:||Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650.|
|Title:||Englands iubilee, or Irelands ioyes Io-pæan, for King Charles his welcome. With the blessings of Great-Britaine, her dangers, deliuerances, dignities from God, and duties to God, pressed and expressed. More particularly, Irelands triumphals, with the congratulations of the English plantations, for the preseruation of their mother England, solemnized by publike sermons. In which 1. The mirrour of Gods free grace, 2. The mappe of our ingratitude, 3. The meanes and motiues to blesse God for his blessings. 4. The platforme of holy praises are doctrinally explained, and vsefully applyed, to this secure and licentious age. By Stephen Ierome, domesticke chaplaine to the Right Honourable Earle of Corke.|
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Englands iubilee, or Irelands ioyes Io-pæan, for King Charles his welcome. With the blessings of Great-Britaine, her dangers, deliuerances, dignities from God, and duties to God, pressed and expressed. More particularly, Irelands triumphals, with the congratulations of the English plantations, for the preseruation of their mother England, solemnized by publike sermons. In which 1. The mirrour of Gods free grace, 2. The mappe of our ingratitude, 3. The meanes and motiues to blesse God for his blessings. 4. The platforme of holy praises are doctrinally explained, and vsefully applyed, to this secure and licentious age. By Stephen Ierome, domesticke chaplaine to the Right Honourable Earle of Corke.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650.
Dublin: Printed by the Society of Stationers, Anno Dom. M.DC.XXV. 
|Alternate titles:||Irelands jubilee Irelands jubilee. Englands jubilee, or Irelands joyes Io-pæan, for King Charles his welcome. Irelands joyes Io-pæan, for King Charles his welcome. Irelands iubilee, or ioyes Iåo pæan. Irelands jubilee, or joyes Iåo pæan.|
An issue of: Jerome, Stephen. Irelands jubilee, or joyes Io-pæn, for Prince Charles his welcome home.
Running title reads: Irelands iubilee, or ioyes Iåo pæan.
Page numbers 190-199 omitted in page numbering.
Formerly STC 14509.
Identified as STC 14509 on UMI microfilm.
Beginning-page 65 and pages 140-167 from Cambridge University Library spliced at end.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Charles, -- I, -- King of England 1600-1649 -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE VVORSHIP∣FVLL, HENRY WRIGHT, ESQVIRE, Soveraigne of the Borough and Corporation of Tallaugh: together with Master Recorder, the Burgesses his brethren, with the whole bodie of the Corporation of the English Plantation there adjoyning.
TO THE INGENIOVS, (INGE∣nuous) Iudicious, and well affected Reader.
The Authors Apo∣strophe to his Booke.
IRELANDES IVBILEE, OR IOYES IO PAEAN.
SECTIO. I. The Preface or Prologomena to the whole.
SECTIO II. The division, or Logicall Analysis with the Theo∣logicall explanation of the Text.
THE FIRST PART.
SECT. I. Davids devotion.
SECT. II. Further prosecuting Davids gratulation.
SECTIO III. Still urging Davids thankefulnesse.
CHAP. II. David prayseth God personally.
CHAP. III. David prayseth God publickly.
SECT. II. Davids profession, animating and directing professors and profession.
SECT. I. David prayseth God Primarily.
SECTIO. II. Application of the premisses to Magistrates, Ministers, and Masters of Families,
SECTIO III. The blessing or bane of inferiors, the pietie or profanenesse of the superiours.
SECT. IV. More speciall application to Masters of families.
SECTIO. V. How the godly or ungodly Minister leades many to heaven or to hell, by his life and doctrine.
CHAP. V. David prayseth God as a Prince: Politically, and enioyneb others.
SECOND PART. Israels gratulation:
CHAP. I. From Davids spirit.
SECTIO. II. Israels obedience, in duties Morall, Theologicall.
SECTIO III. Obedience to God and Cesar, in God and for God, inioyned every Christian.
SECT. IV. Obedience Civill, Ecclesiasticall, Theologicall, the life and soule of Religion.
SECTIO. V. Expostulation with our refractorie, and rebellious times; disobedient to God, to Man, to Ministerie, to Magistracie.
SECT. VI. Israels zeale and readinesse approved: our remissenesse in good dueties iustly redargued and reproved.
SECTIO VII. The universalitie of Israels gratitude, with our universall ungracious ingratitude; paralelled, and compared.
SECT. VIII. Davids times, and ours, further ballanced; inrespect of multitudes, then Religious, now Irreligious.
THE THIRD PART.
CHAP. I. Application of all, to our English-Irish Israel.
CHAP. II. Motives to thankefulnesse.
CHAP. III. Further motives to thankefulnesse, from the blessings it brings & continues.
CHAP. IIII. Ingratitude a sinne against grace, and nature, condemned by the very heathens.
CHAP. V. Chrstian and Heathenish ingratitude exemplified.
CHAP. VI. Ingratitude blamed and shamed, even from the thankefulnesse of Brutes and Beastes to their Benefactors.
CHAP. VII. Gratitude to God for all his graces pressed from the practise of all the Saints in the Church Militant.
CHAP. VIII. Gratitude further proved and pressed from the Saints and Angels in the Church triumphant, with thunderbolts against this blaspeming in stead of blessing Age.
SECT. I. The blasphemer fitted for Hell.
SECT. I. Motives here to begin the life of the blessed.
SECT. II. Motives further urging here to begin the lfe of Grace, after of Glorie.
SECT. III. Blessing God, the meanes to supplant blaspheming and other tongue sinnes.
CHAP. X. To blesse God, the onely way and meanes to be blessed of God.
CHAP. XI. The application of all: by comparing as and our times with Israell in all times.
CHAP. XII. Many mercies recited Temporall and Spirituall, in which we farre exceede the Iewes by many degrees.
CHAP. XIII. The Iewes and we Brittaines in other blessings poyzed and compared.
CHAP. XIIII. Speciall deliverances of our Princes, Peeres and people from Romish Treasons.
CHAP. XV. More speciall applications of our preservations, and other blessings, of which wee are eye, and eare witnesses.
ERRATA. Sic Correcta.