|Title:||Two sermons of direction for iudges and magistrates. By Mathew Stoneham, minister and preacher in the citie of Norwich.|
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Two sermons of direction for iudges and magistrates. By Mathew Stoneham, minister and preacher in the citie of Norwich.
London: Printed by Richard Field, 1608.
|Alternate titles:||Two sermons of direction for judges and magistrates Two sermons of direction for judges and magistrates.|
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE SIR ED∣WARD COOKE Knight, Lord chiefe Iustice of the Com∣mon Pleas.
THE FIRST SERMON.
THE SECOND SERMON.