|Author:||Simson, Archibald, 1564-1628.|
|Title:||Samsons seaven lockes of haire allegorically expounded, and compared to the seauen spirituall vertues, whereby we are able to ouercome our spirituall Philistims. By M. A. Symson, minister of the euangell at Dalkeith.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Samsons seaven lockes of haire allegorically expounded, and compared to the seauen spirituall vertues, whereby we are able to ouercome our spirituall Philistims. By M. A. Symson, minister of the euangell at Dalkeith.
Simson, Archibald, 1564-1628.
Printed at Sainct-Andrewes: By Edward Raban, printer to the Vniversitie, 1621.
Page 64 stained.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Virtues -- Early works to 1800.
To the right Noble and ver∣tuous Ladie, D. MARIE ARESKIN, Ladie Keith, Grace, Peace, and Happinesse.
TO THE READER.
ON THESE LOCKES.
The grounds of doctrine.
SAMSONS SEAVEN LOCKES OF HAIRE.
THE FIRST LOCKE. FAYTH.
THE SECOND LOCKE. The loue of God.
THE THIRD LOCKE. The feare of God.
THE FOVRTH LOCKE. Obedience to God.
THE FIFTH LOCKE. Mortification of our lusts.
THE SIXTH LOCKE. Prayer and Prayses.
THE SEVENTH LOCKE. Constancie to the ende.
The conspiracie of the Princes of the Philistims, against Samson.
The Allegorie of the Princes of the Philistims and Dalilah.
The Argument which the Philistims vse to make Dalilah to betray Samson, is taken from commodity or gaine.
Samsons facilitie and securitie.
The Philistims are vpon thee Samson.
Samsons fourefolde punishment.