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Author: Chetwynd, John, 1623-1692.
Title: The dead speaking, or, The living names of two deceased ministers of Christ (contemporary, and eminently usefull in the west of England) viz. Mr. Sam. Oliver, and Mr. Samuel Crook: Containing the sermon at the funeralls of the one preached by John Chetwind, B.D. and two severall speeches delivered at the funeralls of them both by William Thomas, B.D. Joyned together at the desire, and for the use chiefly of those Christians who were often occasional partakers of their labours.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The dead speaking, or, The living names of two deceased ministers of Christ (contemporary, and eminently usefull in the west of England) viz. Mr. Sam. Oliver, and Mr. Samuel Crook: Containing the sermon at the funeralls of the one preached by John Chetwind, B.D. and two severall speeches delivered at the funeralls of them both by William Thomas, B.D. Joyned together at the desire, and for the use chiefly of those Christians who were often occasional partakers of their labours.
Chetwynd, John, 1623-1692., Thomas, William, 1593-1667.

London: printed by T.W. for John Place, and are to be sold at his shop at Furnivals Inn Gate in Holburn, 1653. [i.e. 1654]
Subject terms:
Funeral sermons
Oliver, Samuel, -- b. 1599 or 1600
Crook, Samuel, -- 1575-1649
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A79459.0001.001

Contents
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To the Honorable the Lady Jane Pile of Coling∣borne, in the County of Wilts, The Lady Cecylia Knollis of Reading in the County of Berks, and to the Worshipful John Hipssey of Emborough, and John Buchland of West-Harperay in the County of Somerset Esquires, and their Vertuous Consorts.
TO THE READER.
IMMANVEL, A SERMON Preached the twelfth day of AU∣GUST. 1652.
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An Exhortation following the Ser∣mon that was Preached at the Funeral of Mr. Samuel Oliver Pastor at Wels, that, in a great Con∣gregation both of Ministers and people then met together, there might be a more profitable use made of the present occasion.
The first Rule. Seriously take to heart (I exhort you) every special hand of God.
And that for these Reasons.
The second Rule. Have reverent thoughts of every more heavy hand of God.
Here are two.
The third Rule.
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The Letter of a worthy and Reverend Friend to the Author, relating to the ensuing exhortation.
To the well-affected Reader, but more especially, To my loving and respected Friends and Neigh∣bours, the Inhabitants of the Parish of Wrington in Somersetshire Grace, and Peace.
AN EXHORTATION DELIVERED AT THE INTERRING OF Mr. SAMUEL CROOK, Late Pastor of Wrington in Sommersetshire.
ERRATA.