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Author: Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.
Title: A right comfortable treatise containing fourteene pointes of consolation for them that labor and are laden: VVritten by D. Martin Luther to Prince Friderik Duke of Saxonie, he being sore sicke, thereby to comfort him in the time of his great distresse. Englished by W. Gace.
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Print source: A right comfortable treatise containing fourteene pointes of consolation for them that labor and are laden: VVritten by D. Martin Luther to Prince Friderik Duke of Saxonie, he being sore sicke, thereby to comfort him in the time of his great distresse. Englished by W. Gace.
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546., Gace, William.

Imprinted at London: By Thomas Vautrollier dwelling in the Blacke Friers, 1578.
Alternate titles: Tessaradecas consolatoria pro laborantibus et oneratis. English
Subject terms:
Consolation -- Early works to 1800.
Suffering -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A06516.0001.001

Contents
title page
Martin Luther.
TO THE VVOR∣SHIPFVLL M. HENRIE DALE CITIZEN AND MAR∣chant of the citie of London, VV. Gace wi∣sheth grace and peace from God the Father through Christ Iesus our Lord.
TO THE MOST FAMOVS PRINCE AND LORD, THE LORD FRIDERIK, Duke of Saxonie, &c, his very good Lord.
THE PREFACE.
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THE FIRST CHAP∣TER OF THE FIRST CON∣sideration, which is of the in∣ward euil.
The second chapter of the second consi∣deration, which is of the euill to come or before a man.
The third chapter of the third conside∣ration, which is of the euill past or behind vs.
The fourth chapter of the fourth conside∣ration, which is of the euill be∣neath vs.
The fift chapter of the fift consideration, which is of the euill on the left hand.
chapter 6
The seuenth chapter of the seuenth consi∣deration, which is of the euill aboue vs.
part
THE FIRST CHAPTER of the first consideration, which is of the inward good.
The second chapter of the second consi∣deration, which is of the good to come or before a man.
The third chapter of the third considerati∣on, which is of the good past, or behind a man.
The fourth chapter of the fourth conside∣ration, which is of the good be∣neath vs.
The fift chapter of the fift consideration, which is of the good on the left hand.
The sixt chapter of the sixt con∣sideration, which is of the good on the right hand.
The seuenth chapter of the seuenth consi∣deration, which is of the good aboue vs.