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Author: Flavel, John, 1630?-1691.
Title: The balm of the covenant applied to the bleeding wounds of afflicted saints First composed for the relief of a pious and worthy family, mourning over the deaths of their hopeful children; and now made publick for the support of all Christians, sorrowing on the same or any other account. To which is added, A sermon preached for the funeral of that excellent and religious gentleman John Upton of Lupton esq; by John Flavell, preacher of the gospel at Dartmouth in Devon.
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Print source: The balm of the covenant applied to the bleeding wounds of afflicted saints First composed for the relief of a pious and worthy family, mourning over the deaths of their hopeful children; and now made publick for the support of all Christians, sorrowing on the same or any other account. To which is added, A sermon preached for the funeral of that excellent and religious gentleman John Upton of Lupton esq; by John Flavell, preacher of the gospel at Dartmouth in Devon.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691.

London: printed for J. Harris, at the Harrow against the Church in the Poultrey, 1688.
Subject terms:
Upton, John, -- of Lupton -- Early works to 1800.
Covenant theology -- Biblical teaching -- Early works to 1800.
Funeral sermons -- 17th century.
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