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Author: Whately, William, 1583-1639.
Title: A godlie treatise, intituled the view and down-fall of pride. Wherein is declared the cause of Babylons destruction, and Nabuchadnezzars subuersion. Set forth by William Wheatley Maister of Art, and preacher of Gods word.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A godlie treatise, intituled the view and down-fall of pride. Wherein is declared the cause of Babylons destruction, and Nabuchadnezzars subuersion. Set forth by William Wheatley Maister of Art, and preacher of Gods word.
Whately, William, 1583-1639.

Imprinted at London: By Thomas Creed, for Iohn Deane and Iohn Baily, and are to be solde at his shop, at the doore of the Office of the sixe Clarkes in Chancerie Lane, 1602.
Notes:
Dedication signed: William Wheatley.
Reproduction of the original in Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge). Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A15000.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE HONO∣rable Robert Sackuill, the No∣ble sonne and heire apparant to the right Honorable the Lord Buck∣hurst, Lord high Treasurer of England: and to the right honourable and vertuous Lady, the Lady Anne Compton: Grace, mercy, and peace from God the Father through Christ, be multiplied for euer.
TO THE READER.
A GODLIE TREA∣tise of the destruction of Ba∣bilon, and Nabuchadnezzar his fall, through pride.
CHAP. I. A briefe exposition of the Text.
The diuision of the Text.
CHAP. II. A view of Pride.
CHAP. III. Foure kindes of proud men appealed.
CHAP. IIII. Whither Pride will ascend.
CHAP. V. How Pride doth ascend.
CHAP. VI. Two chaines to tie vp the branded beast Pride.
CHAP. VII. How Pride would be like God.
The second part of the text, opened likewise in the Chapter following.
CHAP. I. Who dareth to tame those proud before spoken off?
CHAP. II. How God ouerthroweth, or subdueth the proud.
CHAP. III. Whither proud men shall bee brought downe.
CHAP. IIII. What death is.
CHAP. V. That all men must die, and when.
CHAP. VI. Whether any die before their time.
CHAP. VII. Why wee know not when wee shall dye.
CHAP. VIII. Of those that deferre to repent, and think they shall not die yet.
CHAP. IX. What time men may account off to liue.
CHAP. X. To whom death is fearefull.
CHAP. XI. Why is death bitter?
CHAP. XII. Who feare not death.
CHAP. XIII. Why death is neuer feared of the godly.
CHAP. XIIII. Whether Christians should mourne for their friends that are dead.
CHAP. XV. A briefe note of Hell.
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