|Author:||Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697.|
|Title:||The right notion of honour as it was delivered in a sermon before the King at Newmarket, Octob. 4, 1674 published by His Majesties special command : with annotations, the contents whereof are in the following leaf / by Nath. Vincent ...|
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The right notion of honour as it was delivered in a sermon before the King at Newmarket, Octob. 4, 1674 published by His Majesties special command : with annotations, the contents whereof are in the following leaf / by Nath. Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697.
London: Printed for Richard Chiswell ..., 1685.
Errata: p. 52.
Annotations appear on pages 1 and 2 of second pagination. "A general address to all bountiful encouragers of religion and learning, ... in Cambridge:" pages 3-7.
Reproduction of original in University of Illinois Library.
University of Cambridge.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms VIII, 5 -- Sermons.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
The Contents of the Annotations.
A General Address to all bountiful Encou∣ragers of Religion and Learning, in the behalf of Clare-Hall in Cambridge: which remains half built, after all the endeavours of the Society for more than Forty years to finish it.
He thus begins his first Book.
The Parallel, Instances in the beginning, and Progress of the late Rebellion.
Cromwell's Speech to the Parliament in the Painted Chamber, Sept. 4. 1654. hath this remarkable Sentence.