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Author: Cob, Christopher.
Title: The sect every where spoken against: or, the reproached doctrine of Ely. As it was held forth in several sermons in the year, MDCLI. By Christopher Cob, lay-man, minister of an united people in Ely. Collected and analized for a private use, by Hampden Reeve, Master of Arts, one of that Society, and a constant hearer. Now published by the assent of the whole Society (as a short character, at present, of them and their way, till an opportunity of a farther and fuller discovery) for satisfaction in general.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The sect every where spoken against: or, the reproached doctrine of Ely. As it was held forth in several sermons in the year, MDCLI. By Christopher Cob, lay-man, minister of an united people in Ely. Collected and analized for a private use, by Hampden Reeve, Master of Arts, one of that Society, and a constant hearer. Now published by the assent of the whole Society (as a short character, at present, of them and their way, till an opportunity of a farther and fuller discovery) for satisfaction in general.
Cob, Christopher., Reeve, Hampden.

London: Printed by J. Macock for Giles Calvert, at the black Spred-Eagle at the west end of Pauls, 1651.
Subject terms:
Quakers
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A79993.0001.001

Contents
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THE PREFACE OF THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER.
The Summary CONTENTS Of Each SERMON.
Precious PROMISES AND THE Divine Nature Opened and Unfolded.
SERM. I. March 16. 1650/1.
The Analysis.
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THE SOULS TRUE Wound and Cure. SERM. II. March 30.1651.
The Analysis.
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Who is to be Feared; OR The True Ground of Fear. SERM. III. April 6. 1651.
The Analysis.
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CHRIST Weeping over JERƲSALEM; OR Truths Bowels towards its own. SERM. IV. April 13. 1651.
The Analysis.
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Christ Buckling TO HIS FATHER, OR THE Absoluteness of the Divine Will. SERM. V. April 20. 1651.
The Analysis.
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THE Prodigals sad Pilgrimage, AND SAFE RETƲRN; OR, The Woful Case of Wandering, though saved. SERM. VI. Febr. 23. 1650/1.
The Analysis.
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Noah VVarned OF Things not Seen; OR Faith piercing into Invisibles. SERM. VII. April 27. 1651.
The Analysis.
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Noah's Ark IN THE WORLDS DELƲGE; OR, Truth a Saviour and a Judg. SERM. VIII.
The Analysis.
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1. What is this Inheritance?
2. What is it to be an Heir?
3. How came Noah to this Inheritance?
THE Chosen generation AND ROYAL PRIESTHOOD, WITH THEIR True Marks and Characters. SERM. IX. May 11. 1651.
The Analysis.
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The Poor WISE MAN, And LITTLE CITY, Against The GREAT KING, And His BULWARKS. SERM. X. May 18. 1651.
The Analysis.
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Mans Backwardness TO THE Lords House, OR The Little Good-will to Truth. SERM. XI. May 25. 1651.
The Analysis.
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God Speaking BY A PROPHET, OR Truths way of instructing the Soul. SERM. XII. June 1. 1651.
The Analysis.
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THE Strong Man outmatch'd by a stronger, OR Heaven out-powering Hell. SERM. XIII. June 8. 1651.
The Analysis.
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THE Woful Case of the Lepers, OR The Soul at an exceeding Strait. SERM. XIV. June. 22. 1651.
The Analysis.
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Thy Will be done; OR Christs Amen to the bitter Cup. SERM. XV. July 6. 1651.
The Analysis.
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