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Author: Sha., J., 17th cent.
Title: Mistris Shawe's tomb-stone: or, the saints remains. Being a brief narrative, of some few (amongst many) remarkable passages in the holy life and happy death of that precious servant of the Lord Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, (late the dearly beloved wife of Mr. John Shaw preacher of the Gospell at Kingstone upon Hull,) who sweetly slept in the Lord, Decemb. 10th. and was interred at Trinity Church, in Hull, Decemb. 12. 1657. Collected by her dearest friend: with many usefull instructions, especially for his own and his six daughters consolation and imitation.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mistris Shawe's tomb-stone: or, the saints remains. Being a brief narrative, of some few (amongst many) remarkable passages in the holy life and happy death of that precious servant of the Lord Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, (late the dearly beloved wife of Mr. John Shaw preacher of the Gospell at Kingstone upon Hull,) who sweetly slept in the Lord, Decemb. 10th. and was interred at Trinity Church, in Hull, Decemb. 12. 1657. Collected by her dearest friend: with many usefull instructions, especially for his own and his six daughters consolation and imitation.
Sha., J., 17th cent.

London: Printed for Nathanael Brooks, at the Angel in Cornhill, 1658.
Subject terms:
Shaw, Dorothy, -- d. 1657
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93051.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Right Honorable, and truly Religious Ladyes, the Lady Frances Strickland, the pious Consort of William Lord Strickland of Boynton; and the Lady Anne Strickland, the gracious Consort of Walter Lord Strickland, One of his Highness the Lord Protector's Honora∣ble Councell, J. S. Wisheth grace and peace.
TO The Dear Kinred, Friends, and Acquaintants of his deceased servant of Christ Mr. Dorothy Shaw, especially those now inhabiting, in Kingston upon Hull; in Derbyshire, Cutt∣thorp, Somersall, &c. in York∣shire, at Penistone, York, Sick∣house, Hal-broom, Brom-head, Rotherham, &c. in Lancashire, Manchester, Alding-ham, &c..
TO The Christian, and Candid Reader.
poem
The Blessed Soul's ECCHO.
to the reader
THE Testimony of the worshipfull Doctor Robert Wit∣tye, of the City of York, Con∣cerning the deceased servant of the Lord, Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, in a Letter to her Husband, soon after her death.
THE Testimony of Mr. Heathcote Pastor of Rowley, in the East∣riding of the County of York, con∣cerning the precicus servant of the Lord, Mrs. D. Shaw, (whom he had been acquainted withall from her youth) in his Letter to Mr. Shaw dated, Jan. 8. 1657.
to the reader
Some Consolatory thoughts sent to my Dear and Reverend friend Mr. John Shaw, upon the death of his late excellent wife, Mrs. Do∣rothy Shaw.
TO THE Christian Reader.
The Author of this Narrative, hath divers other pee∣ces in print, As
THE Saint's Tombstone, Or a plain NARRATIVE, OF SOME Remarkable passages, in the holy life and happy death of Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, (lately the dearly beloved Wife of Mr. John Shaw, Preacher of the Gospel at Kingston upon Hull) who sweetly slept in the Lord, De∣cemb. 10th. And was interred in Trinity Church in Hull, Decemb. 12th. 1657. Collected by her dearest Friends specially for her sor∣rowful Husband's and six Daughters consolation and imitation.
Courteous Reader, These Books fol∣lowing are Printed for Nath. Brooks, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Angel in Cornhill.