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Author: Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672.
Title: A sermon preached to the Honorable citizens of London, September 29. 1659.: being the day of the election of their Lord Major. Wherein is distinctly shewed, I. The usefulness of a powerful ministry to the civil governor. II. Integrity when in conflict is most amiable and in its highest glory. III. What virtues are desireable in a good magistrate. By Philip Nye a servant of Jesus Christ in his gospel.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A sermon preached to the Honorable citizens of London, September 29. 1659.: being the day of the election of their Lord Major. Wherein is distinctly shewed, I. The usefulness of a powerful ministry to the civil governor. II. Integrity when in conflict is most amiable and in its highest glory. III. What virtues are desireable in a good magistrate. By Philip Nye a servant of Jesus Christ in his gospel.
Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672.

London: printed by Peter Cole and Edward Cole printers and book-sellers, at the Printing-press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange, 1661. [i.e. 1660]
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89792.0001.001

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To the Right Honorable Sr. THOMAS ALEIN Lord Major of the City of LONDON.
A SERMON Preached to the Right Honorable the Citizens of the City of London upon the twen∣ty ninth of September, 1659. being the day of the Election of their Lord Major.
We come now to the second Branch and what ariseth more imediately out of the Text.