|Author:||Jacombe, Thomas, 1622-1687.|
|Title:||Hooinh egzainiomnh, or, A treatise of holy dedication both personal and domestick the latter of which is (in special) recommended to the citizens of London, upon their entring into their new habitations / by Tho. Jacomb ...|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Hooinh egzainiomnh, or, A treatise of holy dedication both personal and domestick the latter of which is (in special) recommended to the citizens of London, upon their entring into their new habitations / by Tho. Jacomb ...
Jacombe, Thomas, 1622-1687.
London: Printed for Ralph Smith and Samuel Gellibrand, MDCLXVIII 
Title in Greek characters.
Errata sheet bound at end.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
To the Citizens and Inhabitants of the (once famous) City of London, especially to those amongst them, who are Builders of Houses, and Masters or Governors of Families: Grace, Mercy, and Peace, &c.
To the Afflicted Citizens OF LONDON, And to every READER.
HOLY DEDICATION Opened and Applied.
The First Part.
CHAP. 1. The Introduction: The words explained.
CHAP. 2. Dedication Personal or Domestick: The former opened.
CHAP. 3. Personal Dedication Applied. The rarity of it lamented. Enquiries about it, as to our selves.
CHAP. 4. Personal Dedication pressed; first more generally, and then more particu∣larly, in the several branches of it.
CHAP. 5. Directions, shewing in what manner Personal Dedication must be managed.
CHAP. 6. Helps to further Personal Dedication.
CHAP. 7. Some things in special urged upon the people of God, in reference to their Dedication.
Domestick Dedication. The Second Part.
CHAP. I. Of Domestick Dedication, in general: Some things premised about it.
CHAP. II. The Nature of Domestick Dedication opened.
CHAP. III. The want of Domestick Dedication, bewailed.
CHAP. IV. The Duty pressed more generally.
CHAP. V. The Particular Branches of House-Dedication urged.
CHAP. VI. How Religion is to be set up in private Houses: The first Particular opened, as to Religious Members.
CHAP. VII. The Second Branch enforced, concerning the Performance of Holy Duties.
CHAP. VIII. The Third Branch of the Exhortation urged, viz. Religious Education.
CHAP. IX. The Fourth Branch of the Exhortation urged.
CHAP. X. The last Branch of House-Dedication urged.
CHAP. XI. The Conclusion of the whole Discourse.