|Author:||Warren, John, Vicar of Great Clacton.|
|Title:||Domus ordinata. A funerall sermon, preached in the citie of Bristoll, the fiue and twentith day of Iune, 1618. at the buriall of his kinswoman, Mistresse Needes, wife to Mr. Arthur Needes, and sister to Mr. Robert Rogers of Bristoll. By Iohn Warren, minister of Gods word at Much-Clacton in Essex.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Domus ordinata. A funerall sermon, preached in the citie of Bristoll, the fiue and twentith day of Iune, 1618. at the buriall of his kinswoman, Mistresse Needes, wife to Mr. Arthur Needes, and sister to Mr. Robert Rogers of Bristoll. By Iohn Warren, minister of Gods word at Much-Clacton in Essex.
Warren, John, Vicar of Great Clacton.
London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, and are to be solde by Iohn Harison, dwelling in Pater-noster-row, at the signe of the Vnicorne, 1618.
|Alternate titles:||Funerall sermon.|
Page 35 misnumbered 34.
Running title reads: A funerall sermon.
The second leaf is either unsigned or signed "[par.]2".
Identified as STC 25094a on UMI microfilm reel 1191.
Reproduction of the original in Yale University. Library.
Needes, -- Mrs. (Arthur), -- d. 1618.
Funeral sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
To the Right Honourable, my very good Lord, Richard, Lord Dacres of the South: grace and peace.
To the Christian Reader.
The Preface before the reading of the Text.
A FVNERALL SERMON.
1. Thou shalt die, and not liue.
2. Put thy house in order.