|Author:||Gore, John, Rector of Wendenlofts, Essex.|
|Title:||The way to well-doing. Or A sermon of faith and good vvorkes Preached in the chappell of Buntingford, in the county of Hartford, at the beginning of their publike lecture. By Iohn Gore, rector of Wenden-lofts in Essex.|
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The way to well-doing. Or A sermon of faith and good vvorkes Preached in the chappell of Buntingford, in the county of Hartford, at the beginning of their publike lecture. By Iohn Gore, rector of Wenden-lofts in Essex.
Gore, John, Rector of Wendenlofts, Essex., Gore, John,, Gore, John,
Printed at London: By Thomas Cotes, for Thomas Alchorn, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Greene-Dragon, 1638.
|Alternate titles:||Way to well-doing Way to well-doing. Or A sermon of faith and good vvorkes. Sermon of faith and good vvorkes. Sermon of faith and good workes.|
Also issued as part of his "Certayn sermons", 1639 (STC 12071.5).
In three parts, each with separate dated title pages and pagination; signatures continuous.
Part 2, "A summer sermon", is formerly STC 12077 and part 3, "A winter sermon", is formerly STC 12089.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Appears at reel 1687 #4 (part 1 only), at reel 1687 #5 (part 3 only, identified as STC 12089) and at reel 1547 #6 (part 2 only, identified as STC 12077).
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFƲLL, Mr. VVILLIAM BIRD, Doctor of the Ci∣vill Law, my most Worthy Friend and Benefactor.
A SVMMER SERMON.