|Author:||Walker, Anthony, d. 1692.|
|Title:||The vertuous wife: or, the holy life of Mrs. Elizabth Walker, late wife of A. Walker, D.D. sometime Rector of Fyfield in Essex: Giving a modest and short account of her exemplary piety and charity. Published for the glory of God, and provoking others to the like graces and vertues. With some useful papers and letters writ by her on several occasions.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The vertuous wife: or, the holy life of Mrs. Elizabth Walker, late wife of A. Walker, D.D. sometime Rector of Fyfield in Essex: Giving a modest and short account of her exemplary piety and charity. Published for the glory of God, and provoking others to the like graces and vertues. With some useful papers and letters writ by her on several occasions.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692., Walker, Elizabeth, 1623-1690.
London: printed for N. R. and sold by J. Robinson, A. and J. Churchill, J. Taylor, and J. Wyat, 1694.
Walker, Elizabeth, -- 1623-1690
To the Honoured Friends of my late Dear Wife, for whose sake chiefly these things are Writ∣ten.
THE HOLY LIFE OF Mrs Elizabeth Walker.
SECT. I. Of her Birth and Parentage.
SECT. II. How she was first awakened to a deep sense of Re∣ligion by Temptation.
SECT. III. Of our Marriage.
SECT. IV. Her Life in a concise Epitome.
SECT. V. How she spent a Day.
SECT. VII. How she spent a Week.
SECT. VIII. How she spent a Year.
SECT. IX. Her Character as a Wife.
SECT. X. Of her Lyings-Inn, in Child-bearing.
SECT. XI. Of the Baptizing our Children.
SECT. XII. Her Care of the Education of her Children.
SECT. XIII. Of Monthly Sacraments.
SECT. XIV. Of her Writings.
SECT. XV. Discreet Management of her Family.
SECT. XVI. Visitations by Sicknesses on our selves or Children, and Death of some of them.
SECT. XVII. Renewed Assaults of her Enemy by Temptation.
SECT. XVIII. Friends she used to Pray for.
SECT. XIX. Some trying Calamities on the Nation, on Friends and Family, and signal Deliverances from Dangers.
SECT. XX. Of our going to Tunbridge-Wells.
SECT. XXI. Of the keeping our Wedding-Day, and Enter∣tainment of Friends.
SECT. XXII. Of the Marriage of our onely Daughter, and her Death in Childbirth the same Year, yet leaving a Son.
SECT. XXIII. Acts and Kinds of her great Charity.
SECT. XXIV. Of her Care to advance God's Glory, and the Sal∣vation of Souls.
SECT. XXV. Several Graces in which she was most Eminent.
AN APPENDIX: Containing some few of the Directions she wrote for her Childrens Instruction, mentioned Sect. 12. And some few Letters written by her.
MARKS OF A Regenerate Estate.
For the Right Honourable Isabella Coun∣tess of Radnor.
Part of two Letters written to a young Minister who had lived several Years in my House, and was well preferred from thence to stir him up to Faithfulness in his Ministry, and may be usefull to other such.
A Second Letter to the same Person.
A Letter of prudent, pious Counsels, writ∣ten to her dear Grand-child, then at Felsted-School, about two Months be∣fore she Dyed,