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Title: The monument of matrones conteining seuen seuerall lamps of virginitie, or distinct treatises; whereof the first fiue concerne praier and meditation: the other two last, precepts and examples, as the woorthie works partlie of men, partlie of women; compiled for the necessarie vse of both sexes out of the sacred Scriptures, and other approoued authors, by Thomas Bentley of Graies Inne student.
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Print source: The monument of matrones conteining seuen seuerall lamps of virginitie, or distinct treatises; whereof the first fiue concerne praier and meditation: the other two last, precepts and examples, as the woorthie works partlie of men, partlie of women; compiled for the necessarie vse of both sexes out of the sacred Scriptures, and other approoued authors, by Thomas Bentley of Graies Inne student.
Bentley, Thomas, student of Gray's Inn., Abergavenny, Frances Nevill, Lady, d. 1576., Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549. Miroir de l'âme pécheresse. English & French., Catharine Parr, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England, 1512-1548. Lamentacion of a sinner., Tyrwhit, Elizabeth, Morning and evening prayers., Catharine Parr, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England, 1512-1548. Prayers or meditacions.

[London]: Printed by H. Denham, [1582]
Alternate titles: Monument of matrones. Part 1-4.
Subject terms:
Prayers.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08610.0001.001

Contents
¶ The first Lampe of Virginitie, contei∣ning the diuine PRAIERS, HYMNES, or SONGS, made by sundrie holie women in the Scripture: something explaned in the hardest places, for the better vnderstan∣ding and edifieng of the vnlearned Reader: and first,
treatise 2
¶ Morning and Euening praiers, with diuers Psalmes, Hymnes, and Medi∣tations, made and set forth by the Ladie ELIZABETH Tyrwhit.
The Praiers made by the right Honou∣rable Ladie Frances Aburgauennie, and committed at the houre of hir death, to the right Worshipfull Ladie MARIE Fane (hir onlie daugh∣ter) as a Iewell of health for the soule, and a perfect path to Paradise, verie profitable to be used of euerie faithfull Christian man and woman.
An instruction for Christians, contei∣ning a fruitfull and godlie exercise, as well in wholsome and fruitfull praiers, as in reuerend dis∣cerning of Gods holie Commandements and Sa∣craments: translated out of French into Eng∣lish by a right vertuous and godlie Ma∣trone and Gentlewoman named Mistresse DORCAS MARTIN.
treatise 3
treatise 4
¶ The sacrifice of Euangelicall deuoti∣on, conteining Christian Praiers and Meditations, to be vsed as speciallie vpon the LORDS daie: so gene∣rallie at all other times and seasons, to the comfort of the soule, and glo∣rie of God, and first:
¶ Other godlie Collects and praiers to be v∣sed after the Letanie, as occasion serueth, and first:
Praiers to be vsed before and after the first and second lessons, the Gospell and Pistle: and before and after the Sermon or Homilie.
¶ On the seuenteenth daie of Nouember, commonlie called The Queenes daie.
Christian praiers, and diuine meditations, as ge∣nerallie to be vsed at all times, so especiallie and properlie vpon all the holie Feasts and Saints daies throughout the yeere, as they fall in order, and are commonlie kept here in the Church of England and Ireland.
¶ Other godlie Praiers to be vsed vpon euerie Saincts daie, as they fall or∣derlie in the yeare; And first,