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Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626.
Title: The morall law expounded ... that is, the long-expected, and much-desired worke of Bishop Andrewes upon the Ten commandments : being his lectures many yeares since in Pembroch-Hall Chappell, in Cambridge ... : whereunto is annexed nineteene sermons of his, upon prayer in generall, and upon the Lords prayer in particular : also seven sermons upon our Saviors tentations [sic] in the wildernesse. ...
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The morall law expounded ... that is, the long-expected, and much-desired worke of Bishop Andrewes upon the Ten commandments : being his lectures many yeares since in Pembroch-Hall Chappell, in Cambridge ... : whereunto is annexed nineteene sermons of his, upon prayer in generall, and upon the Lords prayer in particular : also seven sermons upon our Saviors tentations [sic] in the wildernesse. ...
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626.

London: Printed for Michael Sparke, Robert Milbourne, Richard Cotes, and Andrew Crooke, 1642.
Notes:
The seven temptation sermons (59 p.) have title and imprint: Seven sermons on the vvonderfull combate (for God's glory, and mans salvation) between Christ and Sathan. London : Printed by Richard Cotes, 1642. This item has been cataloged separately as Wing A3152 at reel 373:12.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Temptation.
Ten commandments -- Early works to 1800.
Lord's prayer -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A25395.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
TO THE HIGH COURT OF PARLIAMENT, BOTH LORDS AND COMMONS: More particularly to the Worthy Speakers of both Houses: The Right Honourable Edward, Lord Littleton, Lord Keeper of the Great-Seale of England▪ and the Right Worshipfull William Lenthall, Esquire.
A PREFACE Concerning Catechisme.
A preparation to the exposition of the Law.
The use and end of the Law.
The preface of the Law.
The division of the ten Commandements into two Tables.
The interpretation of the Law.
The I. Commandement.
Of the contraries to Humility.
Hope.
Invocation.
Amor Dei, the love of God.
Patience.
Perseverance.
The II. Commandement.
The III. Commandement.
The IV. Commandement.
THE SVMME OF THE SECOND TABLE.
The V. Commandement.
The VI. Commandement.
The VII. Commandement.
The VIII. Commandement.
The IX. Commandement.
The X. Commandement.
A PREPARATION TO PRAYER.
The I. SERMON.
THE SECOND SERMON.
THE THIRD SERMON.
THE FOVRTH SERMON.
THE FIFTH SERMON.
THE SIXTH SERMON.
THE SEVENTH SERMON.
THE EIGHTH SERMON.
THE NINTH SERMON.
THE TENTH SERMON.
THE ELEVENTH SERMON.
THE TWELFTH SERMON.
THE THIRTEENTH. SERMON.
THE FOVRTEENTH SERMON.
THE FIFTEENTH SERMON.
THE SIXTEENTH SERMON.
THE SEVENTEENTH SERMON.
THE EIGHTEENTH SERMON.
THE NINETEENTH SERMON.
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SEVEN SERMONS VPON The Temptation of Christ in the WILDERNESSE.
The first SERMON.
THE SECOND SERMON.
Verse 3. Then came to him the Tempter, &c.
If thou be the Sonne of God, &c.
THE THIRD SERMON
THE FOVRTH SERMON.
THE FIFTH SERMON.
THE SIXTH SERMON.
THE SEVENTH SERMON.
Verse 11. Then the Devill left him.