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Author: Morray, William.
Title: A short treatise of death in sixe chapters. Together with the ænigmatick description of old age and death written Ecclesiastes 12 chap. exponed and paraphrased in English meetre. Written by Mr. William Morray minister of Gods word.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A short treatise of death in sixe chapters. Together with the ænigmatick description of old age and death written Ecclesiastes 12 chap. exponed and paraphrased in English meetre. Written by Mr. William Morray minister of Gods word.
Morray, William.

Edinburgh: Printed by Iohn Wreittoun, Anno Dom. 1631.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Death -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07790.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE AND WORTHIE LADY, DAME AGNES MORRAY, MISTRESSE OF STORMONTH.
AD GVLIELMVM MORAVIVM VERBI DIVINI APVD CARA∣LIENSES PRAECONEM, APPRIME ILLVSTREM.
AD EVNDEM, ET LECTOREM,
The contents of this treatise.
A SHORT TREA∣TISE OF DEATH.
The first Chapter, Of the meditation of death.
The second Chapter. What death is, and of the cau∣ses of naturall death.
The third Chapter. Of the feare of death.
The fourth Chapter. Remedies and comforts against the feare of naturall death.
The fifth Chapter. Remedies and comforts against the feare of death, procee∣ding from ignorance, in∣fidelity, or despaire.
Object. 1.
Answere.
objection 2
Answere.
Object. 3.
Object. 4.
Answere.
Object. 5.
Answere.
Object. 6.
Answere.
The sixth Chapter. Of the desire of death, and how that wee may die both peace∣ablie, and likewayes well.
An Aenigmaticke description of old age, and death, taken out of ECCLESIASTES 12.
The Text.
The Exposition.
The paraphrase of this Text, and ex∣position thereof in Meater.
colophon