|Title:||Foure sermons preached and publikely taught by Richard Leake, preacher of the word of God at Killington, within the baronrie of Kendall, and countie of Westmerland: immediately after the great visitation of the pestilence in the fore-sayd countie.|
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Foure sermons preached and publikely taught by Richard Leake, preacher of the word of God at Killington, within the baronrie of Kendall, and countie of Westmerland: immediately after the great visitation of the pestilence in the fore-sayd countie.
At London: Imprinted by Felix Kingston, for Thomas Man, 1599.
Each sermon has caption title.
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Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Sermons, English -- 16th century.
TO THE WOR∣SHIPFVLL, M. THOMAS STIKELAND, AND M. IAMES BEL∣LINGHAM, Esquires, and two of her Ma∣iesties Iustices of the peace, within the Ba∣ronrie of Kendall, and countie of Westmer∣land, RICHARD LEAKE wisheth all graces needefull for this life, and the continuall en∣crease of all graces pertaining to eter∣nall life, to the ende of their dayes.
To the Christian Reader.
THE FIRST SERMON OF THE DVTIE OF OVR deliuerance: drawne out of this portion of the word of God following: viz.
THE SECOND SER∣MON OF THE DVTIE OF OVR DELIVERANCE.
THE THIRD SER∣MON OF THE DVTIE OF OVR DELIVERANCE.
THE FOVRTH SER∣MON OF THE DVTIE OF our deliuerance: drawne out of the last words of the text: Least a worse thing come vnto thee.