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Author: Walker, Anthony, d. 1692.
Title: Euråeka, Euråeka the virtuous woman found, her loss bewailed, and character examined in a sermon preached at Felsted in Essex, April 30, 1678, at the funeral of ... Mary, countess dowager of Warwick, the most illustrious pattern of a sincere piety, and solid goodness his age hath produced : with so large additions as may be stiled the life of that noble lady : to which are annexed some of her ladyships pious and useful meditations / by Anthony Walker.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Euråeka, Euråeka the virtuous woman found, her loss bewailed, and character examined in a sermon preached at Felsted in Essex, April 30, 1678, at the funeral of ... Mary, countess dowager of Warwick, the most illustrious pattern of a sincere piety, and solid goodness his age hath produced : with so large additions as may be stiled the life of that noble lady : to which are annexed some of her ladyships pious and useful meditations / by Anthony Walker.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692., Warwick, Mary Boyle Rich, 1625-1678.

London: Printed for Nathanael Ranew, 1678.
Notes:
"Occasional meditations upon sundry subjects" by Mary, countess dowager of Warwick, has special t.p.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Rich, Mary, -- Countess of Warwick, -- 1625-1678.
Funeral sermons.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A66656.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE Right Honourable KATHARINE, VICOUNTESS RANALAUGH. AND THE HONOURABLE ROBERT BOYLE, Esq Executors of the Last Will of the Right Honourable Mary, Countess Dowa∣ger of Warwick.
sermon
A Copy of that Excellent and Pious Letter, written to the Right Honourable George Lord Berkeley; by the Right Honourable Mary, late Countess Dowager of Warwick, of which Intimation is given in the 48 page of the fore∣going Discourse.
Occasional Meditations UPON SUNDRY SUBJECTS: WITH Pious Reflections UPON SEVERAL SCRIPTURES.
OCCASIONAL MEDITATIONS.
MEDITATION I. Ʋpon a Damm made to stop the Water.
MEDITAT. II. Ʋpon the Consideration of the different manner of the work∣ing of a Bee and a Spider.
MEDITAT. III. Ʋpon feeding the Poor at the Gate with some broken meat left at a Feast.
MEDITAT. II. Of my Gardeners chusing fine young thriving Stocks to graft on, and rejecting old and withered ones.
MEDITAT. V. Ʋpon looking out of my Win∣dow at Chelsey upon the Thames.
MEDITAT. VI. Ʋpon seeing a fine Carpet ta∣ken off a dusty Table.
MEDITAT. VII. Ʋpon childrens playing in the streets, and falling to fight, &c.
MEDITAT. VIII. Ʋpon the lighting many Can∣dles at one.
MEDITAT. IX. Ʋpon the drawing of the Window-curtains to pre∣vent the Suns putting out the Fire.
MEDITAT. X. Ʋpon a person who had great knowledge, and very quick, but unsanctified parts.
MEDITAT XI. Ʋpon seeing a Silk-worm spin.
MEDITAT. XII. Ʋpon desiring a friend to pre∣serve safe for me some pre∣cious things, which were kept for me, till I needed them, and then sea∣sonably produced to help me.
MEDITAT. XIII. Ʋpon my often waking in the night, and presently falling asleep again.
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Pious Reflections On Several SCRIPTURES.
REFLECTION 1.
REFLECT. II. Jonah 4.9. Then said the Lord, dost thou well to be angry for the gourd? and he said, I do well to be angry even unto death.
REFLECT. III. Mark 9.5. And Peter answered and said to Jesus, master it is good for us to be here.
REFLECT. IV. John 4.28. The woman left her waterpot.
REFLECT. V. Acts 24.25. And as he reason∣ed of righteousness, tempe∣rance and judgement to come, Felix trembled, and answer∣ed, Go thy way for this time, when I have a convenient season I will hear thee.
REFLFCT. VI. 2 Sam. 12.5. And Davids an∣ger was greatly kindled a∣gainst the man, and he said to Nathan, As the Lord liveth, the man that hath done this thing shall surely dye.
REFLECT. VII. Jos. 23.15. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.
REFLECT. VIII. Luke 16.25. And Abraham said, Son, remember that thou in thy life time receivedst thy good things, and like∣wise Lazarus evil things: but now he is comforted, and thou art tormented.
REFLECT IX. Mark 8.36. VVhat shall it pro∣fit a man to gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?
REFLECT. X. 1 Sam. 30.6. And David en∣couraged himself in the Lord his God.
REFLECT. XI.
REFLECT. XII.
imprimatur
A CATALOGUE OF Some Books Printed for, and Sold by Nathanael Ranew, at the Kings Arms in St. Paul's Church-yard.
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