|Author:||Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676.|
|Title:||Some necessary and important considerations (to be consider'd of by all sorts of people). Taken out of (that late worthy and renowned judge) Sir. Matthew Hale's writings: and therein his own experience of the inward, and invisible guidance of the spirit of God.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Some necessary and important considerations (to be consider'd of by all sorts of people). Taken out of (that late worthy and renowned judge) Sir. Matthew Hale's writings: and therein his own experience of the inward, and invisible guidance of the spirit of God.
Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676.
London: printed by John How, in Ram-Head-Inn-Yard, in Fenchurch-street, 1697. And are freely given away by J[ohn]. P[ennyman]., 
|Alternate titles:||Contemplations moral and divine. Selections.|
Distributor's name from other editions.
Extracted from his: 'Contemplations moral and divine'.
copy has some print fade and print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the Trinity College Library, Cambridge University.
Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
Mr. Baxter's Character of Judge Hale.
SOME Necessary and Important CONSIDERATIONS,
As Touching my Conscience.
Touching THY Creatures.
Touching my Body.
Concerning my Wealth.
Touching my Reputation.
The aforesaid Author in His Book, Of the Nature of True Religion, &c. p. 17. &c.
Touching the Conscience.
Judge Hale's Experience of the Inward and Invisible Guidance of the Spirit of GOD.