|Author:||Jacombe, Samuel, d. 1659.|
|Title:||Moses his death:: opened and applyed, in a sermon at Christ-Church in London, Decemb. 23. MDCLVI. at the funeral of Mr. Edward Bright, M.A. Fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and minister of the Gospel there. / By Samuel Jacombe M.A. Fellow of Queens Colledge in Cambridge, and pastor of Mary Woolnoth, Lumbardstreet, London. With some elegies.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Moses his death:: opened and applyed, in a sermon at Christ-Church in London, Decemb. 23. MDCLVI. at the funeral of Mr. Edward Bright, M.A. Fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and minister of the Gospel there. / By Samuel Jacombe M.A. Fellow of Queens Colledge in Cambridge, and pastor of Mary Woolnoth, Lumbardstreet, London. With some elegies.
Jacombe, Samuel, d. 1659.
London: Printed for Adoniram Byfield, at the Bible in Popes-head Alley neer Lumbardstreet, 1657.
Bright, Edward, -- d. 1656.
Bible. -- O.T.
To the Reverend and Learned WILLIAM DILLINGHAM, D. D. Mr. of Emmanuel COLLEDGE in CAMBRIDGE.
TO The Inhabitants of Christ-Church Pa∣rish, LONDON.
Joshua 1.2. Moses my Servant is dead.
To the Dear Memory of my Friend, Mr. Ed. Bright.
On the much lamented death of Mr. EDVVARD BRIGHT, his sincerely honoured Friend.
An Epitaph for his Tomb.
On the Death of his highly valued, and much beloved Friend, Mr. Edward Bright.
ΘΡΗΝΩΔΙΑ. Upon the Death of E. B. M. A. Fellow of Emanuel Colledge Cambridge, and Pastor of Christs-Church, London.
In Obitum Mri. Bright, Col. Eman. Socii:
In Obitum Magistri Bright M. A. Nuperi Tu∣toris mei Charissimi.
On the Death of his very dear Friend Mr. Edward Bright Fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge.
Upon the frequent Death of Ministers, divers young; of Mr. Brights in particular, and the manner of it.
In Obitum Edvardi Bright, Col. Eman Socii.
In Exequiis Edoardi Bright, nuper Collegii Em∣manuelis Socii.
Ad charissimi Fratris manes alloquium.
Books printed, and are to be sold by Adon•ram Byfield at the Bible in Popes-head-Alley, near Lumbard-street.