The daily practice of devotion, or, The hours of prayer fitted to the main uses of a Christian life also lamentations and prayers for the peaceful re-settlement of this church and state / by the late pious and reverend H.H., D.D.

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The daily practice of devotion, or, The hours of prayer fitted to the main uses of a Christian life also lamentations and prayers for the peaceful re-settlement of this church and state / by the late pious and reverend H.H., D.D.
Author
Hammond, Henry, 1605-1660.
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London :: Printed for R. Royston ...,
1684.
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Devotional exercises.
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"The daily practice of devotion, or, The hours of prayer fitted to the main uses of a Christian life also lamentations and prayers for the peaceful re-settlement of this church and state / by the late pious and reverend H.H., D.D." In the digital collection Early English Books Online. https://name.umdl.umich.edu/A45408.0001.001. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed May 23, 2024.

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Postscript.

THE desolation of Sion being that which every good Chri∣stian ought to remember in his Daily. Addresses to Heaven, I should wrong, not only your Charity, but even your good Nature, to think you forgetful or careless of our Common Mother, the Church of England, thus despightfully used by those un∣grateful and unnatural Children, who having formerly sucked her Breasts, yet are not ashamed to trample upon her in the day of her Calamity. I have therefore thought it not improper to add these forego∣ing Lamentations and Devotions in her behalf; hoping they will not be unacceptable or unuseful to you, and such others as shall find it worth their while to have proceeded thus far. To the blessing of God I com∣mend them and you.

Farewell.
THE END.

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