|Author:||Wadsworth, Thomas, 1630-1676.|
|Title:||Wadsworth's remains being a collection of some few meditations with respect to the Lords-Supper, three pious letters when a young student at Cambridg, two practical sermons much desired by the hearers, several sacred poems and private ejaculations / by Thomas Wadsworth. With a preface containing several remarkables of his holy life and death from his own note-book, and those that knew him best.|
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Wadsworth's remains being a collection of some few meditations with respect to the Lords-Supper, three pious letters when a young student at Cambridg, two practical sermons much desired by the hearers, several sacred poems and private ejaculations / by Thomas Wadsworth. With a preface containing several remarkables of his holy life and death from his own note-book, and those that knew him best.
Wadsworth, Thomas, 1630-1676.
London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, 1680.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Church of England -- Collected works.
Take Rules to keep the heart from pride.
Rules to keep pride from the appearance of it in the Body.
An ELEGY on the Lamented Death of the Reverend Mr. THOMAS WADS∣WORTH, sometime Minister of St. Mary Newington-Butts, and after for a short time of St. Laurence Poultney, London. October 29. 1676.
To the Reader on the Picture and Book.
A Pathetical Meditation on the Passion of Christ; to be read by Communicants before their reception of the Sacrament of the Lords-Supper.
The causes of his Death.
A Meditation on the Death of Christ, Pre∣parative to the Sacrament: Pen'd for his private use.
Three Letters of Mr. Tho. Wadsworth to his Sister Elizabeth Wadsworth in South∣wark, when he was a young Student in Christs-Colledg in Cambridge, wherein we may see the early breathings of his pious Soul.
A SERMON PREACHED BY Mr. THO. WADSWORTH. Taken in Short-hand.
A SERMON PREACHED On the Anniversary Humiliation for the Burning of LONDON, September 2d. 1673. And these Notes were taken, read over, and corrected by himself, at the importunity of some to have it Printed.
A Meditation for the raising of mine heart above discouragements under slightings in my Ministry.
HYMN II. The Souls Farewell to her Body.
HYMN III. The Resurrection of our Blessed Lord.
HYMN IV. Of our Lords Ascension into Heaven.
HYMN V. The Souls Access.
HYMN VI. The descent of the Spirit.
HYMN IX. 53 Chap. of Isaiah Translated.
HYMN X. A Consolatory against the fears of Death.
HYMN XI. Comfortable at the death of a dear friend.
HYMN XII. Of Thanksgiving for the restoration of Health.
HYMN XIII. Remedies against Discontents.
CONTEMPT. A Dialogue betwixt Flesh and Spirit.
A Spiritual Song.
A Description of Paul's Shipwrack. Act. xxvij.
A Sinners unregenerate inside turn'd outside: Or the language of the Kingdom of Darkness.
The Rout. Demetrius, Act. 19.23, &c.
A Divine SONG.
A wounded Conscience.
A Petition for a prospect of Immortalities.