|Title:||The holy mourner. Or An earnest invitation to religious mourning in general with a large declaration of the divine comforts, and the blessed effects which attend the performance of it. But more particularly to mourning in private, for our own personal iniquities, and the publick crying sins of the nation. To which are added, forms of devotion fitted to that pious exercise. By Erasmus Warren, rector of Worlington in Suffolk.|
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The holy mourner. Or An earnest invitation to religious mourning in general with a large declaration of the divine comforts, and the blessed effects which attend the performance of it. But more particularly to mourning in private, for our own personal iniquities, and the publick crying sins of the nation. To which are added, forms of devotion fitted to that pious exercise. By Erasmus Warren, rector of Worlington in Suffolk.
London: printed for B. Aylmer, at the Three Pigeons against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill: and W. Rogers, at the Sun against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, M DC XC VIII. 
|Alternate titles:||Holy mourner Earnest invitation to religious mourning in general. Form of devotion proper for the pious Christian.|
With a half-title.
Caption title on X3r (p. 283) begins: A form of devotion proper for the pious Christian.
"Notes" follow the devotions, pp. 321-338.
With two final contents leaves.
Text is continuous despite pagination.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Grief -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800.
Mourning customs -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Devotional exercises -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE Most Reverend Father in GOD, THOMAS Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of all England, and Metropolitan: And one of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Council.
to the reader
THE Holy Mourner, &c.
A Form of Devotion Proper for the pious Christian, when he spends a Day in private Mourn∣ing, for his own, and the Nation's Sins.
A preparatory Prayer.
A Confession of our own Sins.
A Confession of the Nation's Sins.
A Supplication respecting our own, and this Nation's Sins.
A general Intercession.
A PRAYER. For the Holy SPIRIT of GOD, and the Principal of His Heavenly Graces.
I. For the HOLY GHOST.
II. For Hatred to Sin.
III. For Faith.
IV. For Hope.
V. For Love to GOD.
VI. For Love to Neighbours.
VII. For Humility.
VIII. For Patience.
IX. For Chastity.
X. For Meekness.
XI. For Fear.
XII. For Trust.
XIII. For Temperance and Contentedness.
XIV. For Justice and Uprightness.
XV. For a right Use of Ordinances.
XVI. For Comfort in Death.
XVII. For Thankfulness.
XVIII. For Communion with GOD.
XIX. For Joy and Assurance.
XX. For Power to do well.
Ejaculations to be used on Mourning-Days.
NOTE I. Pag. 7.
NOTE II. Pag. 13.
NOTE III. Pag. 44.
NOTE IV. Pag. 80.
NOTE V. Pag. 130.
NOTE VI. Pag. 169.
NOTE VII. Pag. 292.