|Author:||Pestell, Thomas, 1584?-1659?|
|Title:||Sermons and devotions old and new revived and publisht as an oblation of gratitude to all such of the nobility, gentry and clergy as retain the noble conscience of having ministred to the weak condition of the author, now aged 73 : the sermons at Court were before the war brake forth betwixt King and Parliament : also a discourse of duels, being a collection and translation of other mens opinions, with some addition of his own : and this in special dedicated for their use ... / by Thomas Pestel ...|
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Sermons and devotions old and new revived and publisht as an oblation of gratitude to all such of the nobility, gentry and clergy as retain the noble conscience of having ministred to the weak condition of the author, now aged 73 : the sermons at Court were before the war brake forth betwixt King and Parliament : also a discourse of duels, being a collection and translation of other mens opinions, with some addition of his own : and this in special dedicated for their use ... / by Thomas Pestel ...
Pestell, Thomas, 1584?-1659?
London: Printed for Nathaniel Ekins ..., 1659.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
Dueling -- Early works to 1800.
DEVOTIONS ON Certain Anniversary FEASTS, and other Occasions.
First on Ascension Day. — 1625.
The Relief on EASTER EVE.
On WHITSUNDAY, or God is Light.
Expostulation on the loss of a noble Gentle∣mans eye, Mr. H. Ha. 1634.
On New-years Day, a New-years Gift; Out of Gal. 4.4. God sent his Son, made of a woman, made under the Law.
An Hymn on Trinity Sunday, 1625.
Ad Iesum Redemptorem.
On the Holy SACRAMENT.
A Psalm for Christmass day morning.
PRAYER and PRAISE.
A Psalm for Sunday Nights.
The Christians Reply to Christs Venite.
PRIDE will fall,—but Grace to the Humble.
His conjugal Prayer Domestick.
Ʋpon a Bible presented to a young Lady, the Lady Kath. C. 1624.
A SERMON, Preached to the KING AT OATLANDS. 1638.
1. OUR first part is Vitis, and that is Christ; we way take his own word: John 15.
By this time if you be content to taste this Cup so brewed; I yet have no Power so to minister it, not alone: It must be mingled with both the former; and if so it please you; I shall be bold upon your Patience to urge and press the health of all three together.
It now remains I should press for faith in the founda∣tion, and furnishing a Believer with reasons of his faith against the Aheist, Jew and Mahumetan; and then for the super structure of Good works. But these are fitter for large Treatises in books, then short notes in a Sermon. Let us come then to the last trial, how we receive Christ by receiving his Recei∣vers; Persons deputed to take our homage, and receive our reward in his stead.
A SERMON, CALLED THE Zodiack: at Court.
A SERMON Preached at YORK, 1640. AT The Council of King and Lords.
A SERMON AT COƲRT, July, 1640.
THE SECOND SERMON. September, 1643.
THE THIRD SERMON. At Oatlands.
THE FIRST SERMON AT COVRT.
THE SECOND SERMON ON THIS TEXT AT COƲRT.
THE THIRD SERMON ON THIS TEXT.
THE FOURTH SERMON on this TEXT.
A Collection of several mens Discourses and Opinions concerning Duels: Ont of the Spanish History transtated into French by Mayerne, this Discourse following was excerpted, and thus englished.