|Author:||Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695.|
|Title:||The life & death of Edmund Staunton D.D. To which is added, I. His treatise of Christian conference. II. His dialogue betwixt a minister and a stranger. Published by Richard Mayo of Kingston, Minister of the Gospel.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The life & death of Edmund Staunton D.D. To which is added, I. His treatise of Christian conference. II. His dialogue betwixt a minister and a stranger. Published by Richard Mayo of Kingston, Minister of the Gospel.
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695.
London: Printed for Th: Parkhurst, and are to be sold at the Bible and three Crowns in Cheapside, near Mercers Chapel: and at the Gilded Bible on London-bridge, under the Gate, 1673.
With a separate title page p.: A dialogue: or, a discourse between a minister and a stranger, as they were on the high-way together, about soul affairs. By Edmund Staunton D.D.
A treatise of Christian Conference, with a drop head title, begins a new pagination sequence with signature B.
Signatures: A-F G4 H-L, B-O.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Staunton, Edmund, 1600-1671 -- Early works to 1800.
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
To the Inhabitants of the Town of Kingston upon Thames, and to such of them especially as love our Lord Jesus Christ in sin∣cerity.
THE LIFE and DEATH OF Edmund Staunton, S. T. D.
He lies Interred in the Parish-Church of Bovingdon aforesaid, under a fair Stone, with this Epitaph ingraven upon it, made by the Reverend Doctor Simon Ford.
In virum Reverendissimum Edmundum Staunton S. T. D. C. C. C. Oxoniens. Praesidem (non ita pridem) Dignissimum Acrosticum.
EDMƲNDƲS STAƲNTON. ANA GRAMMA: Non adest ut mundus.
In obitum Reverendi admodum Edmundi Staunton S.T.D. Collegii Corporis Christi apud Oxonienses quondam Praesidis.
In Reverendissinum dignissimumque. Virum Edmundum Stantonem, S. T. D. & Herculeum quodam doctissimi Calvini Propugnatorem.
A brief Relation (chiefly) of his great care to promote Religion, and Learning, in the College of which he was President. By Mr. J. M. Sometime Fellow of the same.
A Dialogue, or Discourse be∣tween a Minister and a Stranger as they were on the High-way together.
TREATISE OF Christian Conference.
Books to be Sold by Tho: Parkhurst at the Bible and three Crowns in Cheapside.