|Author:||Sydenham, Humphrey, 1591-1650?|
|Title:||Five sermons upon severall occasions preach'd at Pauls Crosse, and at Saint Maries, in Oxford. By Humphry Sydenham, Mr. of Arts, and fellow of Wadham Colledge in Oxford.|
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Five sermons upon severall occasions preach'd at Pauls Crosse, and at Saint Maries, in Oxford. By Humphry Sydenham, Mr. of Arts, and fellow of Wadham Colledge in Oxford.
Sydenham, Humphrey, 1591-1650?
London: Printed [by Eliot's Court Press] for Iohn Parker, 1626 [i.e. 1627]
|Alternate titles:||Sermons. Selected sermons Athenian babler. Jacob and Esau. Arraignment of the Arrian. Natures overthrow, and deaths triumph. Moses and Aaron.|
A reissue, with added general title page and preliminaries, of "The Athenian babler", London, 1627; "Jacob and Esau", London, 1626; "The arraignment of the Arrian", London, 1626; "Natures overthrow and deaths triumph", London, 1626; and "Moses and Aaron", London, 1626.
Printer from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Yale University. Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, HENRY, LORD DANVERS, BARON OF DANCY, AND Earle of DANBY; The glory of both Ages.
TO THE HOPEFVLL EXPECTATION, BOTH OF HIS NAME, AND Countrey, Sir HVGH PORTMAN, BARONET, this.
THE ATHENIAN BABLER.
What will this Babler say?
TO MY MOST HONOVR'D FRIEND William Brouncker Es∣quier, This.
IACOB and ESAV.
PART. I. He will.
PART. II. He hardeneth.
TO MY APPROVED WORTHY FRIEND Mr. Francis Crossing; This.
THE ARAIGNMENT OF THE ARRIAN.
Errata in the Babler.
Errata in Moses and Aaron.
Errata in Iacob and Esau.
TO MY MVCH RESPECTED KINS∣MAN, Iohn Sydenham, Esquire, This.
NATVRES OVERTHROW, AND DEATHS TRIVMPH.
PARS II. Man goeth—.
PARS. III. His long home.
PARS IIII. The mourners, &c.
TO MY MVCH DESERVING FRIEND AND BROTHER, FRANCIS GODOLPHIN, Esquire, This.
Moses and Aaron OR The affinitie of Ciuill and Ecclesi∣asticke power.