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Author: Tyrer, Ralph, d. 1627.
Title: Five godlie sermons, preached by R.T. Bachiler of diuinitie. 1. The charge of the cleargie. 2. The crowne of Christians. 3. The annointment of Christ, or Christian ointment. 4. A festiuall sermon vpon the Natiuitie of Christ. 5. The fruits of hypocrisie..
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Five godlie sermons, preached by R.T. Bachiler of diuinitie. 1. The charge of the cleargie. 2. The crowne of Christians. 3. The annointment of Christ, or Christian ointment. 4. A festiuall sermon vpon the Natiuitie of Christ. 5. The fruits of hypocrisie..
Tyrer, Ralph, d. 1627.

London,: Printed by I. H[arrison 3] for Iohn Harison [1]., 1602..
Alternate titles: Five godlie and learned sermons
Subject terms:
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B00819.0001.001

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To the right worshipfull Maister Iohn Smith Alderman, Mai∣ster William Wilson Senior Burgesse, Iusti∣ces of peace, and the rest of the Brethren, Gouernors, and Magistrates of the Bur∣rough towne and corporation of Kendall: Grace, mercie and peace, in Christ Iesus our Lorde.
The charge of the clear∣gie: And the crowne of Christians.
THE CROVVNE OF CHRISTIANS.
Yee shall receiue, &c.
THE ANNOIN∣TING OF CHRIST, OR Christian ointment.
But ye haue,
But ye haue an ointment.
From him that is holy.
And ye haue knowne all things.
A FESTIVALL SERMON ON THE NA∣tiuitie of Christ.
Without controuersie.
Great is the misterie of Godlinesse.
Great is the Mysterie.
Great.
God manifested in the flesh.
Iustified in the spirite
Seene of Angels.
Preached vnto the Gentiles.
Beleeued in the world.
And receaued vp into glorie.
THE FRVITS OF HYPOCRISIE.