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Author: Tipper, Elizabeth.
Title: The pilgrim's viaticum, or, The destitute but not forlorn being a divine poem / digested from meditations upon the Holy Scripture by Eliz. Tipper.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The pilgrim's viaticum, or, The destitute but not forlorn being a divine poem / digested from meditations upon the Holy Scripture by Eliz. Tipper.
Tipper, Elizabeth.

London: Printed by J. Wilkins ..., 1698.
Notes:
Imperfect: pages stained.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Bible -- Meditations.
Meditations.
Theology, Practical.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62678.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Right Honourable and Renownedly Vertuous, THE Lady COVENTRY.
In Laudem Dominae ELIZABETHAE TIPPERAE, Divinae Poetioes Studio∣sae, nec non horum Miscellaneorum Au∣thoris Percellebris.
Thus Englished:
To Mrs. Tipper, on her incomparably Ingenious and Divine Poems.
To Mrs. Tipper, on her Paraphrastical Poems, upon several Select Passages of Scripture.
To Mrs. Tipper, on her Divine Poems.
To Mrs. Tipper, on her Miscellany of Divine Poems.
To Mrs. Eliz. Tipper, on her Super-excellent Miscellany of Divine Poems.
On the Holy Bible.
Some Experimental Passages of my LIFE, with Reflections upon Jacob's Words, Few and Evil have the days of the years of my Life been.
MEDITATION I.
MEDITATION II.
MEDITATION II.
MEDITATION IV.
MEDITATION V.
MEDITATION VI.
MEDITATION VII.
On John Baptist being Painted in the Wilderness with a Lamb by him, and Angels descending to him.
On Herodias Daughter being Painted with the Head of John Baptist in a Charger, giving it to her Mother.
To a Young Lady that desired a Verse of my being Servant one Day, and Mistress another.
On REPƲTATION.
SECƲRITY.
To Imploy Fear and Hate.
On SƲNDAY.
On Directions to know how to Act For∣tunately.
A THOƲGHT.
The DISCOƲRAGEMENT.
Of LOVE.
On the sudden Return of Fair Wea∣ther, after much Wind, Cloudiness and Rain.
On THANKSGIVING.
Observation on the Life of Epictetus.
Observation on the Life of Joab.
Observation on the Life of Elijah, Pro∣phet of the Lord.
On the worthily honour'd Madam Mary Fountayn.
On my dear Friend Mr. Robert Harding.
An EPITAPH on the Pious Ma∣dam Mary Carter.
A SATYR.
Of the HEART.
Thinking on the Life of our Blessed Saviour.
Reflections upon my extraordinary Joy, at the Certain and Sudden News of Peace being concluded, Sept. 1697.
To my Mother the CHURCH.
On the VERSES some Gentlemen presented me, which are placed at the beginning of my Book.