|Author:||Pike, William, b. 1617 or 18.|
|Title:||Durus sermo, or Ænigma moriendi the mystery of dying daily: in a sermon preached in Plimouth, at the funeral of Mistress Joan Warren. By William Pyke, M.A. and rector of the parish of Stokeclimsland in the county of Cornwal.|
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Durus sermo, or Ænigma moriendi the mystery of dying daily: in a sermon preached in Plimouth, at the funeral of Mistress Joan Warren. By William Pyke, M.A. and rector of the parish of Stokeclimsland in the county of Cornwal.
Pike, William, b. 1617 or 18.
London: printed for Nathanael Ranew at the King's Arms in S. Paul's Chucrh-yard [sic], 1680.
|Alternate titles:||Durus sermo Ænigma moriendi. Mystery of dying daily. Mystery of dying daily: in a sermon on I corinth. 15. 31. the last clause. I die daily.|
Caption title on p. 1 reads: The mystery of dying daily: in a sermon on I corinth. 15. 31. the last clause. I die daily.
Running title reads: The mystery of dying daily.
Reproduction of the original in the John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
Warren, Joan -- Early works to 1800.
Bible. -- N.T. -- Corinthians, 1st -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
Funeral sermons -- 17th century.
Death -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
TO My Dear and Honoured Nephew, Mr. John Warren, Merchant in Plimouth. THE Author dedicates his mean and unworthy Medi∣tations on this so eminent and important a Sub∣ject, with apprecation of all increase of Grace in this Life, and Glory in a better.
THE MYSTERY OF Dying Daily: A SERMON ON the last Clause. I die daily.