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Author: Langley, Henry, d. 1636.
Title: The chariot and horsemen of Israel. A discourse of prayer: shewing what it is, as also the meanes to attaine to the practise of it. An exercise so rare in the world, and yet so requisite, as few vse it aright, and none may omit it. By Henry Langley, minister of the Word of God, at Treswell in the county of Nottingham.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The chariot and horsemen of Israel. A discourse of prayer: shewing what it is, as also the meanes to attaine to the practise of it. An exercise so rare in the world, and yet so requisite, as few vse it aright, and none may omit it. By Henry Langley, minister of the Word of God, at Treswell in the county of Nottingham.
Langley, Henry, d. 1636.

At London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Edmund Weauer, 1616.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05061.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE EDMVND Lord SHEFFEILD, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, Lord President of his Maiesties learned Counsell established in the North, and Lord Lieutenant there; Grace and Peace in Iesus Christ.
The particulars of this Discourse.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
The Preface
CHAP. I. The definition of prayer.
1. The thing defined.
§. 2. What pray∣er hath in common.
§. 3. What it chalengeth to it selfe in proper.
§. 4. How the terme, Fa∣ther, is taken in the defini∣tion.
CHAP. II. The causes of Prayer.
I. Efficient.
§. 2. The Impulsiue, or mouing cause worketh from within, or from without.
§. 3. The meanes of perfor∣mance:
§. 4.
§. 5.
§. 6.
CHAP. III. The Effects of Prayer.
section 1
§. 2.
CHAP. IV. The Subiect of Prayer.
section
§. 2.
§. 2.
§. 3.
§. 4.
§. 5.
§. 6.
§. 7.
CHAP. V.
section 1
§. 2.
§. 3.
§. 4.
§. 5.
CHAP. VI.
section
§. 2.
§. 3.
§. 4.
application
A Three-fold Analysis of the Lords Prayer.
The I. Analysis.
The II. Analysis.
The III. Analysis.