|Title:||A treatise against drunkennesse: described in its nature, kindes effects and causes, especially that of drinking of healths. To which are added, two short sermons of S. Augustine's, De tempore. Faithfully translated, by Matthew Scrivener.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A treatise against drunkennesse: described in its nature, kindes effects and causes, especially that of drinking of healths. To which are added, two short sermons of S. Augustine's, De tempore. Faithfully translated, by Matthew Scrivener.
Scrivener, Matthew., Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. De tempore., Scrivener, Matthew.
London: Printed for Charles Brown, bookseller in Cambridge, 1685.
A TREATISE AGAINST Drunkennesse.
SECTION I. The Generall occasions and design of this ensuing Treatise.
SECT. II. Of the Nature and Kindes of Drunkennesse.
SECT. III. The commmon Excuses used by Drunkards, considered.
SECT. IV. The Word of God expresly declaring against Drunkennesse.
SECT. V. Of the several evil Enormities and Omi∣nousnesses, and Absurdities of Drun∣kennesse in any Nation.
SECT. VI. Some general causes of the pre∣vailing Sin of Drunkennesse recited.
SECT. VII. A Seventh Reason of the increase of Drunkennesse: Drinking of Healths.
THE Two hundred and one and thirtieth SERMON of St. Augustine, De Tempore, Of shunning Drunkennesse.
The second SERMON of St. Augustine: of avoiding Drun∣kennesse.