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.
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THE THIRD LAMPE OF VIR∣GINITIE; Conteining sundrie formes of diuine meditations & Christian praiers; penned by the godlie learned, to be properlie vsed of the QVEENES most excellent Maiestie, as especiallie vpon the 17. daie of Nouember, being the daie of the gladnesse of hir hart, and memorable feast of hir coronation: so on all other daies and times at hir Graces pleasure.
Wherevnto also is added a most heauenlie HEAST spoken as it were in the person of GOD vnto hir Maiestie, conteining his diuine will and com∣mandement concerning gouernement: and a right godlie and Christian Vow vttered againe by hir Grace vnto God, com∣prehending the heroicall office and dutie of a Prince: faithfullie com∣piled out of the holie Psalmes of that Princelie Prophet King DAVID, as they are learnedlie explaned by Theodore Beza: ve∣rie profitable to be often read and meditated vpon of hir Maiestie, and all other Christian Rulers and Gouer∣nours, to the glorie of God; the benefit of his Church, and their owne euerla∣sting ioie and comfort in the holie GHOST.

PSALME. 45.
Audi filia, & vide, & inclina aurem tuam, obliuscere popul•… t••. & domus patris tui.
Et concupiscet Rex formam tuam, quia ipse est Dominus tu∣us, ipsum adorabis.
Omnis gloria filiae Regis intùs est.

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