|Author:||Mayhew, R. (Richard)|
|Title:||Eschatos echthros, or, The death of death in the death of Christ being a narrative of the first death as the mistress of mortals and empress of the universe : conflicting of various sections and directions (as appears by the index) in order to a holy living and happy dying / by R. Mayhew ...|
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Eschatos echthros, or, The death of death in the death of Christ being a narrative of the first death as the mistress of mortals and empress of the universe : conflicting of various sections and directions (as appears by the index) in order to a holy living and happy dying / by R. Mayhew ...
Mayhew, R. (Richard)
London: Printed by Thomas Showden for the author ..., 1679.
First two words of title in Greek characters.
"Poema Mortuale, or, An elegy upon death, the law of nature and tribute of mortals / by R.M., no poet or the son of a poet ..., 1679" has separate t.p. on p.  at end.
Pages 60, 61 misnumbered 59, 60.
Running title reads: The death of Christ, the death of death.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Death -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
TO THE Candid and Cordial READER.
THE CONTENTS OF THE BOOK.
contents of sections
CHAP. I. To the Soul (out) of Christ.
CHAP. II. To the Soul (in) Christ. Page 38.
THE DEATH of CHRIST THE DEATH of DEATH.
Section. I. Whether there be a Natural, or Corporal Death, the Circumference of the Universe.
SECTION II. What this Natural, or Corporal Death is, which is the Circumference of the Ʋniverse.
SECTION III. Whether Natural, or Corporal Death, be the Cir∣cumference of the Ʋniverse.
SECT. IV. Why Natural, or Corporal Death, is the Circum∣ference of the Ʋniverse.
SECT. V. The Brevity of Life.
SECT. VI. The Certainty of Death.
SECT. VII. The Ʋncertainty of the Time of Death.
SECT. VIII. The Impartiality of Death.
SECT. IX. Directions concerning Death, the Tribute of Nature, and Law of Mortals.
Chap. 1. To the Soul (out) of Christ.
CHAP. II. To the Soul (in) Christ.
I. The Prologue.
II. The Description.
III. The Assertion.
IV. The Reasons.
V. The Uses.
I. Of Trial.
I. Of Beauty.
II. Of Men, and Means.
III. Of Honour and Policy.
IV. Of Wealth.
V. Of Fortitude.
VI. Of Learning.
VI. The Epilogue.