|Author:||Tempest, Richard, Sir, 1619 or 20-1662.|
|Title:||An entertainment of solitarinesse: or, the melting of the soule, by meditations, and the pouring of it out by prayers. By Sir Richard Tempest, knight and baronet.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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An entertainment of solitarinesse: or, the melting of the soule, by meditations, and the pouring of it out by prayers. By Sir Richard Tempest, knight and baronet.
Tempest, Richard, Sir, 1619 or 20-1662.
[London: s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1649.
Meditation -- Christianity
Qui violat Rosam, spinis Coronabitur.
TO His deare Brothers, Nicholas Tempest, and Thomas Tempest, Esquires.
To the Reader.
The melting of the SOULE, &c.
On Sundayes, Holy dayes, and Fasting dayes.
The Arraignment of the Heart.
Deceit doth debase our Nature, and false Policie destroy Governments.
Of Constancie and Per∣severance.
Considerations in Travell.
Of Opinions in Religion.
Of enjoyment of Pleasure.
A Contemplation on our Sa∣viours hanging on the Crosse.
A Contemplation upon a retyred life.
Considerations on these Times.
Of Bookes and Lear∣ning.
Of the vicissitude of Things.