|Author:||Kilby, Richard, d. 1617.|
|Title:||Hallelu-iah: praise yee the Lord, for the vnburthening of a loaden conscience By his grace is Iesus Christ vouchsafed vnto the worst sinner of all the whole world.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Hallelu-iah: praise yee the Lord, for the vnburthening of a loaden conscience By his grace is Iesus Christ vouchsafed vnto the worst sinner of all the whole world.
Kilby, Richard, d. 1617.
[Cambridge]: Printed by Cantrell Legge, printer to the Vniuersitie of Cambridge, 1618. And are to be sold [in London] by Matthevv Lavv in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the Foxe.
|Alternate titles:||Hallelu-iah: praise yee the Lord, for the unburthening of a loaden conscience. Hallelu-iah: praise yee the Lord, for the unburthening of a loaden conscience.|
Anonymous. By Richard Kilby.
Running title reads: The vnburthening of a loaden conscience.
Probably issued with STC 14953: Kilby, Richard. The burthen of a loaden conscience.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Conscience -- Early works to 1800.
Sin -- Early works to 1800.
THE DEDICATION. ❧ To the right high and mightie Prince, and most valiant Conquerour, IESVS CHRIST, God and man crucified: My most gracious good Lord, Sauiour, and Master.
❧ To those learned men which in Cambridge haue authoritie to iudge of bookes before they be there imprinted.
THE ƲNBƲRTHE∣ning of a loaden Conscience.
My first rule.
My second rule.
My third rule.
My prayer early in the morning.
¶ My forenoone Psalme,
My noone prayer.
¶ My noone Psalme
¶ My afternoone Psalme,
My prayer at night before I goe to bed.
When I lay me downe in my bed, I will say,
When I settle my selfe to sleepe, I will say,
If I cannot take rest, I will say thus,
About midnight, whether I haue slept or not, I will pray thus;
So often as I haue had any sleepe, when I awake, I will say thus,
When I arise in the morning, I will say;
My last rule.
¶ Mine euening Psalme,
¶ Mine euening Psalme,