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Author: Horn, John, 1614-1676.
Title: A comfortable corroborative cordial: or, A sovereign antidote against, and preservative from, the horrours & harms of death affording a direction how to live and die, so as to be fortified and fenced against the greatest fears and sharpest sense of that king of terrours. Represented in some observations made upon Rev. 14. 13. Upon occasion of the late death and burial of Mrs. Rebeccah Jackler late wife of Mr. John Jackler of Kings-Lynn in Norfolk, woollen-draper; who deceased Octob. 5. and was buried Octob. 7. 1671. By John Horne, sometime preacher of Gods word in Lynn-Alhallows in the same town. Useful to be considered by all men living in this state of mortality: because there is no man living but must certainly die.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A comfortable corroborative cordial: or, A sovereign antidote against, and preservative from, the horrours & harms of death affording a direction how to live and die, so as to be fortified and fenced against the greatest fears and sharpest sense of that king of terrours. Represented in some observations made upon Rev. 14. 13. Upon occasion of the late death and burial of Mrs. Rebeccah Jackler late wife of Mr. John Jackler of Kings-Lynn in Norfolk, woollen-draper; who deceased Octob. 5. and was buried Octob. 7. 1671. By John Horne, sometime preacher of Gods word in Lynn-Alhallows in the same town. Useful to be considered by all men living in this state of mortality: because there is no man living but must certainly die.
Horn, John, 1614-1676.

London: printed by Tho. Radcliffe, and N. Thompson, for B. Southwood at the Star next to Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-lane, 1672.
Alternate titles: Comfortable corroborative cordial Sovereign antidote against, and preservative from, the horrours & harms of death. Epitaphium in amicam suam Dam. Rebeccam Jackler. Epitaph upon his deceased friend Mrs. R. J.
Notes:
"Epitaphium in amicam suam Dam. Rebeccam Jackler" is on final leaf in Latin (H8r) and in English (H8v) as, "An epitaph upon his deceased friend Mrs. R. J.".
Copy stained and tightly bound with slight loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Revelation XIV, 13 -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
Bible -- Evidences, authority, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Death -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44491.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the READER.
A Comfortable Corroborative Cordial: Or, A Sovereign Antidote against, and Preservative from, the Horrours and Harms of DEATH.
Application.
epitaph
Epitaphium in Amicam suam Dam. REBECCAM JACKLER.
An Epitaph Upon his Deceased Friend Mrs. R. J.