|Author:||Dunton, John, 1627 or 8-1676.|
|Title:||Dunton's remains, or, The dying pastour's last legacy to his friends and parishioners ... by John Dunton ... ; to this work is prefixt the author's holy life and triumphant death : and at the latter end of it is annext his funeral sermon.|
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Dunton's remains, or, The dying pastour's last legacy to his friends and parishioners ... by John Dunton ... ; to this work is prefixt the author's holy life and triumphant death : and at the latter end of it is annext his funeral sermon.
Dunton, John, 1627 or 8-1676., N. H.,, Dunton, John, 1659-1733.
London: Printed for John Dunton ..., 1684.
"The epistle dedicatory" signed by the author's son, John Dunton.
"A funeral sermon ... by N.H." (p. -387) has special t.p.
Pages 373-374 torn in filmed copy; pages 360-end of book photographed from Yale University Library copy and inserted at end.
Advertisement on p. - at end.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Dunton, John, -- 1627 or 8-1676 -- Sermons.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
The Ʋses follow.
Now to the Ʋses.
The Reasons are these.
The Reasons may be these:
THE Author's Farewel-Sermon: OR, Last Legacy to his Friends and Parishioners of St. Maries Parish in Bedford.
Closet Employment: OR, Several Vertues and Vices particularly Characterized, with pertinent Applications under each Head; fit for every Christian seriously to ponder upon all the days of his Life when he is by himself alone.
1. Of Truth.
2. The Creator known by the Creature.
3. Of Prayer.
4. Of Repentance.
5. Of Humility.
6. Of Self-denial.
7. Of Patience.
8. Of Contentment.
9. Of Peace.
10. Of Love.
11. Of Chastity.
13. Of Obedience and Disobedience.
14. Of Gratitude and Ingratitude.
15. Of Mercy and Justice.
16. Of Faith.
17. Of Hope.
18. Of Charity.
19. Of Faith, Hope, and Love.
20. Of Nocturnal Devotion.
21. The Nature of Sin.
22. The Devil and the Spider.
23. Of Vanity.
24. Of Infidelity.
25. Of Pride.
26. Of Hypocrisie.
27. Of Envy.
28. Of Anger.
29. Of. Back-biting.
30. Of Lying.
31. Of Swearing.
32. Of Drunkenness.
33. Of Covetousness.
34. Of Prodigality.
35. Of Vain-glory.
36. Of Presumption and Desparation.
37. Of Vertue and Vice.
38. Of the World.
39. Of the Earth.
40. Of Light.
41. Of the Sun.
42. Of mans Heart.
43. Of Riches.
44. Of Honour.
45. Of uncertain Friends.
46. Of Poverty.
47. Of Prosperity and Adversity.
48. Of Afflictions.
49. Of Life.
50. Of Death.
51. Of Hell.
52. Of Heaven.
A Looking-glass for our English LADIES. OR, Daily Directions for their Dress and APPAREL.
The manner how the Duke de Guise Persecuted the Ministers, spoiled and defaced their Meetings (by break∣ing down their Pulpits, rending the Seats, and battering the Windows thereof) in Queen Elizabeths time.
A Friendly DIALOGUE between a moderate Confor∣mist, and one of his Parishi∣oners, concerning several Points of great Moment.
DIALOGUE IV. Concerning the Fall of Man.
THE Arraignment, Tryal and Con∣demnation of our ever bles∣sed Lord and Saviour JE∣SƲS CHRIST.
CHAP. 1. Of Judas's Treason: Christs Apprehension, Binding and Leading unto Annas.
CHAP. II. Of Christ's Examination, and Con∣demnation.
CHAP. II. Of Christ's Indictment, and Judas's fearful End.
CHAP. IV. Of Christ stripped, whipped, clothed in Purple, and Crowned with Thorns.
CHAP. V. Of Christ brought forth, and Sentenced.
CHAP. VI. Of Christ's Crucifying, with its Appendices.
CHAP. VII. Of the Consequents after Christs crucifying.
CHAP. VIII. Giving an account of the manner and place of Christs Burial.