|Author:||Zepper, Wilhelm, 1550-1607.|
|Title:||The art or skil, well and fruitfullie to heare the holy sermons of the church written first in Latin, by a godly minister named Gulielmus Zepperus ; and now truly translated into English by T.W. ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The art or skil, well and fruitfullie to heare the holy sermons of the church written first in Latin, by a godly minister named Gulielmus Zepperus ; and now truly translated into English by T.W. ...
Zepper, Wilhelm, 1550-1607., T. W.
Imprinted at London: By Felix Kingston, 1599.
Signatures: A-K8 (last leaf blank).
Numerous errors in paging.
Imperfect: stained and torn.
Reproduction of original in the King's College (University of Cambridge). Library.
Public worship -- Early works to 1800.
Preaching -- Early works to 1800.
To the Christian Reader, grace and peace from God the Father, and from his Sonne Iesus Christ our Lord, &c.
The Booke or Treatie it selfe, and the summe thereof: Touching-hearing of Sermons.
CHAP. 1. And the summe of it.
CHAP. 2. And the summe of it.
CHAP. 3. And the summe therof.
CHAP. 4. And the summe of it.
CHAP. 1 It is a matter of much skill, not onely to make, but to heare Sermons well.
CHAP. 2. Touching the dutie of the hearers before the Sermon.
CHAP. 3. Concerning the hearers dutie in the Sermon while, and in the holy assemblies of the Church.
CHAP. 4. Touching the duties that the hearers are to performe, when the Sermon is done.