|Author:||Moore, Richard, 1619-1683.|
|Title:||Ho thésauros en ostrakinois skeuesin. A pearl in an oyster-shel: or, pretious treasure put in perishing vessels. The sum or substance of two sermons preached at Withall-Chappel in Worcestershire. Wherein is set forth the mightiness of the Gospel, the meanness of its ministration. Together with a character of Mr. Thomas Hall, his holy life and death. By Richard Moore, a willing, though a most unworthy servant of God in the Gospel of his Son Jesus Christ.|
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Ho thésauros en ostrakinois skeuesin. A pearl in an oyster-shel: or, pretious treasure put in perishing vessels. The sum or substance of two sermons preached at Withall-Chappel in Worcestershire. Wherein is set forth the mightiness of the Gospel, the meanness of its ministration. Together with a character of Mr. Thomas Hall, his holy life and death. By Richard Moore, a willing, though a most unworthy servant of God in the Gospel of his Son Jesus Christ.
Moore, Richard, 1619-1683.
London: printed by A.M. for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and three Crowns, near Mercers Chappel in Cheapside, 1675.
The final three p. are an advertisement of books to be sold by Parkhurst.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
To my much-honoured Friend Thomas Jolly, Esquire, High-Sheriff for the County of Stafford, Justice of the Peace for Worcester-shire, and Captain of the Train∣band in the same.
To the Candid, Christian Reader.
To my much esteemed Friend, Mr. William Turton of Aulderways in Stafford∣shire.
The Life and Death of Mr. Thomas Hall, who died April 13. Anno Dom. 1665.
The Names of the Thirteen Books he Printed in his life-time, viz.
An Elegy upon the Death of that humble and holy Man of God, Mr. Thomas Hall.
An Epitaph upon Mr. Thomas Hall.
Ʋpon the Death of that dear Servant of Jesus Christ Mr. Thomas Hall.
Ʋpon the much-lamented Death of Mr. John Ley, who was Chair-man of the Assembly of Divines, and late Rector of Solyhull. His Character.
Ʋpon the much-lamented Death of Mr. Burdal, Minister of the Gospel at Walshall in Staf∣ford-shire.
Ʋpon the Death of that humble and holy Servant of Jesus Christ Mr. Henry Field, born at Kings-norton, bred up under Mr. Thomas Hall, and sent to Pembroke-Colledg in Oxford, and from thence removed to Christs-Colledg in Cambridg, where he was Fellow, and so preferred by the Honourable Earl of Manchester to be Pastor of Uttington in Lincoln-shire.
Ʋpon the Death of many Reverend Ministers since Bartholomew, 1662.
An Epitaph on the never-to-be-forgotten Divine Mr. Thomas Hall.
Books to be Sold by Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and three Crowns in Cheapside.