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Author: Perrot, Luce, d. 1678.
Title: An account of several observable speeches of Mrs. Luce Perrot the late wife of Mr. Robert Perrot of London, minister. Spoken by her chiefly in the time of her sickness, and a little before her death; and taken immediately from her own mouth, though unknown to her. And now published for the comfort and benefit of her near relations, and some other of her friends.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An account of several observable speeches of Mrs. Luce Perrot the late wife of Mr. Robert Perrot of London, minister. Spoken by her chiefly in the time of her sickness, and a little before her death; and taken immediately from her own mouth, though unknown to her. And now published for the comfort and benefit of her near relations, and some other of her friends.
Perrot, Luce, d. 1678.

London: printed for R. P[errot]., 1679.
Alternate titles: With three final pages of verse, with heading:Some breathings upon the decease of Mrs. Luce Perrot, December 14, 1678
Notes:
Printer's name from Wing.
With a preliminary contents leaf.
Text and register are continuous despite pagination.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Perrot, Luce, -- d. 1678. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54455.0001.001

Contents
title page
The PREFACE.
The CONTENTS of the several Speeches following: As concerning,
An Account of several Observable Speeches of Mrs. Luce Perrot, the late Wife of Mr. Robert Perrot of London, Mi∣nister, &c.
1. As concerning Gods beginning with her betimes, which she thankfully acknowledged, and much rejoyced in.
2. As concerning her sense of sin, and sorrow for her soul∣distempers.
3. As concerning Satans temptations, and his fierce onsets formerly.
4. As concerning her patient and quiet submission under the af∣flicting hand of God.
5. As concerning her great zeal for the Glory of God.
6. As concerning her thankfulness, and her being much in bles∣sing and praising God
7. As concerning her weanedness from the World.
8. As concerning her Humility, Meekness, Lowly-mindedness, Charity, &c.
9. As concerning her firm trust, and affance in God, in her affliction.
10. As concerning her whole reliance on Jesus Christ alone, for Life and Salvation.
11. As concerning her earnest desires of the good of the souls of her Children.
12. As concerning her care to prepare for the Sabbath, and her great love to Gods Ministers, Word Preached, and Ordi∣nances, &c.
13. As concerning some further evidences for Heaven.
14. As concerning what it was which comforted her in all her afflictions, and in, and under all her pains, sicknesses, and weaknesses.
1. Her interest in God.
2. The Love of God in Christ, his loving-kindness, and the assurance thereof.
3. The word and promises of God.
4. Prayer and Meditation, and former experiences.
5. Heaven and the future happiness and glory.
15. As concerning her carnest desires to be dissolved, &c.
16. As concerning the ends and reasons of her so earnest desires to be dissolved.
17. As concerning her being above the fears of death.
18. Some few of her breathings, as in reserence to her self.
19. Some of her Speeches to, and Prayers for her Husband, as in reference to himself and Children formerly.
20. Some of her Speeches and Prayers very lately, and a little before her Death.
Some Breathings upon the Decease of Mrs. Luce Perrot, December 14, 1678.
THE EPITAPH.