|Author:||Horn, John, 1614-1676.|
|Title:||The reward of the wise: and the fruitful Christians future blessedness. Opened at the late funeral of that piously wise and faithful, fruitful servant of God and our Lord Jesus, Mr. Thomas Moore of Whittlesey, interred at the church in Coleman-Street July 8. 1672. By John Horne of Lin-Regis in the County of Norfolk.|
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The reward of the wise: and the fruitful Christians future blessedness. Opened at the late funeral of that piously wise and faithful, fruitful servant of God and our Lord Jesus, Mr. Thomas Moore of Whittlesey, interred at the church in Coleman-Street July 8. 1672. By John Horne of Lin-Regis in the County of Norfolk.
Horn, John, 1614-1676.
London: printed for Benjamin Southwood at the Star next to Sarjeants Inn in Chancery-Lane, 1672.
|Alternate titles:||Epitaph on Mr. Tho. Moore Sen. Double acrostick.|
"An epitaph on Mr. Tho. Moore Sen." has caption title, and separate pagination. Register is apparently continuous.
"A double acrostick" [2Chi1] has caption title, no pagination and no register.
Signatures: A [-A1] a [Chi]4 B4 [Chi]1 O C-N.
Imperfect. Copy catalogued possibly lacking text. Text between B4 and C1 not continuous, nor between 2[Chi] and C1. Quire O follows Quire B. Misbound?.
Reproduction of the original in the Dr. Williams' Library, London.
Moore, Thomas, -- d. 1672 -- Early works to 1800.
Funeral sermons -- 17th century.
TO THE READER. ESPECIALLY, Those of mine, or the De∣ceaseds Friends and Acquaintance.
TO Mrs. ANNE WEST OF FOX-HALL IN Lambeth. •…race and Peace through the knowledg of God and our Lord Jesus. •…ND SISTER,
To my much Honoured Friend Francis Ʋnder∣wood Esq of Thorney-Abbey, Grace, Mercy, and Peace from God our Father, and from our Lord Jesus Christ.
THE REWARD OF THE WISE: AND he future felicity of the fruitful faithful Labourers in Gods work and service.
Epitaph on Mr. Tho. Moore Sen.
Anagr. O harm to some.
Thomas Moore O home a storm, or
Thomas Moore O home to arms.
Anagr. O arm those mo.
An Elogy upon the Death of Mr. Tho. Moore Sen. by the same.
An Epitaph by the same.
An Anagram upon the name of his Honoured Friend Tho. Moore Son. by Thom. Goddrick.