|Author:||Case, Thomas, 1598-1682.|
|Title:||Asarkokaukēma, or The vanity of glorying in the flesh,: open'd in a sermon preached at the funeral of Kingsmel Lucy, Esq. Eldest sonne to Francis Lucy, Esq. / By Tho. Case ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Asarkokaukēma, or The vanity of glorying in the flesh,: open'd in a sermon preached at the funeral of Kingsmel Lucy, Esq. Eldest sonne to Francis Lucy, Esq. / By Tho. Case ...
Case, Thomas, 1598-1682., Lucy, Francis., Lucy, Kingsmel.
London: Printed by T.R. and E.M. for Robert Gibbs in Chancery-lane near Serjeants Inne, 1655.
Pride and vanity
To the Honourable, Sir THO WITHRINGTON Knight, and SERJEANT at the LAW, And one of the Commissi∣oners of the Treasury.
To my most Honoured Friends, FRANCIS LƲCY, Esq and his most Christian and Vertuous YOKE-FELLOW, Grace and Peace.
To the Choise and every way Hopeful Young Gentleman, Mr. RICHARD LUCY, the Now, only Son and Heire to FRANCIS LƲCY, Esq Student of Ch. Ch. Oxon.
TO THE READER.
A LETTER from a Gentleman in Oxon. unto the Honoured and truly Honourable FRAN∣CIS LUCY, Esq