|Title:||Rest for the vveary, or A briefe treatise tending to the comfort of a poore soule trulie humbled for sin. By Archibald Symmer, Aberdonen, minister of the Gospell.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Rest for the vveary, or A briefe treatise tending to the comfort of a poore soule trulie humbled for sin. By Archibald Symmer, Aberdonen, minister of the Gospell.
London: Printed by I. N[orton] for William Sheres. at the South doore of Paules, 1630.
|Alternate titles:||Rest for the weary Rest for the weary. Briefe treatise.|
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Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
To the Right worshipfull Sir Iohn Hanbury, of Kelmarsh Knight peace externall, internall, supernall, eternall,
Comfort for a wea∣rie soule humbled for sin,
Chap. 1. All men are weary.
Chap. 2. All finde not rest.
Chap. 3. All and onely the wearie members of Christ are refreshed.
Chap. 4. The reason of the former point.
Chap. 5. Damnable is the case of all such as are strangers from Christ.
Chap. 6. An Exhortation to come vnto Christ.