|Author:||Harris, Robert, 1581-1658.|
|Title:||Severall sermons of Robert Harris once of Hanwell, now president of Trinity College in Oxon, and Doctor of Divinity being a supplement to his works formerly printed in folio ... / by Robert Harris ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Severall sermons of Robert Harris once of Hanwell, now president of Trinity College in Oxon, and Doctor of Divinity being a supplement to his works formerly printed in folio ... / by Robert Harris ...
Harris, Robert, 1581-1658.
London: Printed by James Flesher for John Bartlet the elder, and John Bartlet the younger ..., 1654.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TO Sir ANTHONY COPE Knight and Baroner.
A Table of the severall Sermons, Texts of Scripture, and points of Doctrine, con∣tained in the following work.
A brief discourse of the threefold state of man. Page 1.
A Sermon preached to the Honorable house of Commons. p.
A Sermon touching prayer and mercy. p. 1.
Abners Funerall. p. 1.
Concio ad Clerum.
A Table of such Scriptures, as are cleered in the ensuing work.
An Alphabeticall Table of the chief matters contained in the foregoing WORK.
A BRIEF DISCOURSE OF Mans first estate in the First and Second ADAM.
SECTION I. Excellency of Mans estate, as created.
SECTION II. Sinfull estate of man, as fallen.
SCTION III. Mans sin was caused by himself.
SECTION IV. Mans undoing is from his non∣dependence on God.
SECTION V. Man loose from God is restlesse in his wayes.
SECTION VI. Saints by Christare in a very happy estate.
TO THE HONORABLE HOUSE OF COMMONS, Now assembled in PARLIAMENT.
A SERMON PREACHED TO THE Honourable House of COMMONS Assembled in PARLIAMENT, At a Publike FAST, May 25.1642.
To the Reader.
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE THE LORD MAJOR and Court of Aldermen, with other Citizens of the renowned City of LONDON.
A SERMON TOUCHING PRAYER and MERCY.
TO THE HONOVRABLE AND VERTUOUS, The Ladie LUCIE OF CHARLCOT, Grace and Peace.
Abners Funerall, OR, A SERMON Preached at the Funerall of that Learned and Noble Knight, Sir THOMAS LUCY.
CONCIO AD CLERVM.