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Author: Sparke, Edward, d. 1692.
Title: Scintillula altaris.: or, A pious reflection on primitive devotion : as to the feasts and fasts of the Christian Church, orthodoxally revived. / By Edward Sparke, B.D.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Scintillula altaris.: or, A pious reflection on primitive devotion : as to the feasts and fasts of the Christian Church, orthodoxally revived. / By Edward Sparke, B.D.
Sparke, Edward, d. 1692.

London: Printed by T. Maxey for Richard Marriot, and are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunstan's Church-yard in Fleetstreet, 1652.
Alternate titles: Thysiasterion
Subject terms:
Christian saints -- English
Fasts and feasts -- Church of England
Church of England -- Customs and practices -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93601.0001.001

Contents
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Votum Authoris S. Sae ΤΡΙΑΔΙ.
The Epistle Dedicatory TO His Sacred MOTHER, THE CHURCH-MILITANT.
POEM. 1.
to the reader
To the Christian Reader.
To rigid Humorists.
A CATALOGUE of the Feasts and Fasts, According to the Order of the Church, and the Method of this Book.
ERRATA.
encomia
To his valued FRIEND the AUTHOR.
Ad Malignantes Poemata.
To the Author in contemplation of his Primitive Devotion.
In opus eruditum Authoris ingeniosissimi.
To my worthy Kinsman M. Ed. SPARKE, upon his Pious Reflection on Primi∣tive Devotion.
On the worthy work of my respe∣cted Friend, M. Ed. SPARKE.
To the Author upon the sight of the first sheet of his Book.
Sanctitas Rediviva, or the Resur∣rection of Primitive Devotion, practised and indeavoured by a true Friend to Reformation. E. SPARKE.
encomium
Ad Amicum suum Authorem EDVARDUM SPARKETIUM.
Eodem ad Authorem.
Upon the AUTHOUR, and his Worke.
To his worthily esteemed Friend E. S. the Author.
To his Worthy Friend, the Author.
UPON Christian Solemnities in Generall.
PNEM 4.
Advent Sunday.
POEM 5.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
POEM. 6.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
POEM 7.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
POEM. 8.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
UPON The Festivall of Inno∣cents Day.
POEM IX.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
POEM X.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
POEM II.
The COLLECT-PRAYER.
POEM 12.
The COLLECT-PRAYER, besides three other pertinent Collects in the Commination.
POEM 13.
The COLLECT-PRAYER, being that for the first Sunday in Lent.
POEM 14.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
The COLLECT PRAYERS.
EASTER DAY.
The COLLECT.
Ʋpon Ascension Day, or Holy Thursday.
POEM 17.
The COLLECT
POEM. 18.
The COLLECT
Ʋpon Trinity Sunday.
POEM 19.
The COLLECT PRAYER.
Ʋpon the LORDS DAY in generall.
POEM. 20.
THE COLLECT PRAYER.
Rogation Week.
POEM 21.
THE COLLECT PRAYERS.
POEM. 22.
The COLLECT-PRAYER.
POEM 23.
The COLLECT-PRAYER.
Poem 24.
The COLLECT-PRAYER.
POEM 24.
The COLLECT-PRAYER.
POEM. 26.
The COLLECT.
POEM. 27.
The COLLECT.
POEM. 28.
The COLLECT.
POEM. 29.
The COLLECT.
Ʋpon the Festivall of St BARNABAS.
POEM. 30.
The COLLECT.
POEM. 31.
The COLLECT.
POEM. 32.
The COLLECT.
POEM 33.
The COLLECT.
POEM. 34.
The COLLECT.
POEM 35.
The COLLECT
Ʋpon the Feast of S. Michael, And all Angels.
POEM. 36.
THE COLLECT PRAYER.
POEM 37.
THE COLLECT PRAYER.
POEM 38.
THE COLECT PRAYER.
Ʋpon the Festivall of all SAINTS.
POEM. 40.
The COLLECT.
Ʋpon The four Ember weeks at the four seasons of the year.
POEM 42.
Ʋpon the Vigils, or eves of Festivalls.
POEM 42.
Ʋpon the DOXOLOGIE to the Sacred TRINITIE.
POEM. 43.
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Ʋpon Prayer.
Ʋpon the Holy Scriptures.
Ʋpon the Sacraments in Generall.
Ʋpon Holy Baptism.
Ʋpon the Holy Eucharist.
Ʋpon Holy Orders, Or, the Ministeriall Function.
Ʋpon the great Eclipse of the Sun, Mar. 29. 1652.
Ʋpon the three Theologicall graces, Faith, Hope, and Charity.
Ʋpon a Clock, an Houre∣glasse, and a Watch.
Ʋpon a passing Bell.
Ʋpon a Skeleton, or Resem∣blance of Death.
In obitum, Effigiem & Librum ve∣nerandi Josiae Shute praeconis melli∣tissimi ab Authore nuper Editum.
In Eximium Pijssimum{que} Richar∣dum Holdsworth S. T. P. Theo∣logum Flexanimum.
Ʋpon the Pious and Learned Doctor Holdsworth.
Ʋpon the Early and neere Contem∣porary Death of Divers learned and Pious Divines. viz. Eminent all for Pen and Pulpit.
Ʋpon the prudent Dove, and Vindi∣catresse of Stepmothers.
A Consolatory to the Deprived of their Dearest Mate, who thus bespeaketh the Relict.
In Oculos Catarrho labo. rantes.
The Epigram upon sore Eyes thus rendred.
Melvinus Poeta Scoticus De Altaris Cultu Apud Anglos.
Responsio Authoris.
A Christian paraphrase upon those Verses, Like Hermit poore, &c.
Teares and Flowers strew'd upon the Hearse of Mrs S. S. Dying Sept. 15. 1641.
The Epitaph engraven on her Marble.
, Elegiacum in Doctris Checi Theologi pientissimi à se jussam combustionem.
Apostrophe ad Viduam.
An Elegy Lamenting the Burning of the Learned and Pious Manu∣scripts of Dr Cheeke by his own command and will.
An Apostrophe to his Widdow
Ʋpon the Sonne of Thomas Sparke Esquire, by Afra, Sister of Sir Edward Monins Baronet.
On the Daughter of Thomas Fineux Esquire.
The Hearse of Mrs M. S. dying July 10. 1650. Bestrew'd and Dew'd.
An Acrostick Epitaph.
The Recommendation of the Booke to himselfe multiplied, Ed. and Sa. Sparke.