|Author:||Rogers, Nehemiah, 1593-1660.|
|Title:||Christian curtesie: or, St. Pauls vltimum vale. Deliuered in two sermons, on 2. Cor. 13.11. at St. Margarets on Fish-street-hill in London. By N. Rogers (sometimes preacher there) at his farewel, vpon his remoueal thence to a pastoral charge else-where.|
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Christian curtesie: or, St. Pauls vltimum vale. Deliuered in two sermons, on 2. Cor. 13.11. at St. Margarets on Fish-street-hill in London. By N. Rogers (sometimes preacher there) at his farewel, vpon his remoueal thence to a pastoral charge else-where.
Rogers, Nehemiah, 1593-1660.
London: Printed by H[umphrey] L[ownes] for Edward Brewster: and are to bee sould at his shop, at the west end of Pauls, at the signe of the Star, 1621.
|Alternate titles:||Christian curtesie St. Pauls ultimum vale. Christian curtesie: or, St. Pauls ultimum vale.|
Printer's name from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TO THE RIGHT Vertuous, and truely Religious Lady, the Lady Margaret Chiborne (late wife to that worthy, and Worshipfull Gen∣tleman, Sir Charles Chiborne, Serieant at the Lawe, deceased) long life and good daies, with increase of Grace here, and eternall Glorie hereafter.
TO THE CHRISTIAN Reader; especially, to his louing Friends and late auditours, the Pari∣shioners of S. Margarets Fish-street, with all truely-Religious in or about London by whose fauour or bounty my Ministe∣ry there hath been countenanced or a∣ny way furthered: all blessings which earth affords, or heauen contains, be multiplied.
Christian Curtesie, OR, St. PAVLS Vltimum Vale.
The second Sermon.