|Author:||Gifford, George, d. 1620.|
|Title:||Foure sermons vpon the seuen chiefe vertues or principall effectes of faith and the doctrine of election: wherein euerie man may learne, whother he be Gods childe or no. Preached at Malden in Essex by Master George Gifford, penned from his mouth, and corrected and giuen to the Countesse of Sussex, for a Newyeeres gift.|
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Foure sermons vpon the seuen chiefe vertues or principall effectes of faith and the doctrine of election: wherein euerie man may learne, whother he be Gods childe or no. Preached at Malden in Essex by Master George Gifford, penned from his mouth, and corrected and giuen to the Countesse of Sussex, for a Newyeeres gift.
Gifford, George, d. 1620., Josua, Richard,
Imprinted at London: [By Thomas Dawson] for Tobie Cooke at the Tigers head in Paules Churchyard, 1582.
|Alternate titles:||Foure sermons uppon the seven chiefe vertues of faith Foure sermons upon the seven chiefe vertues or principall effectes of faith.|
An edition of: Foure sermons uppon the seven chiefe vertues of faith.
Printer's name from colophon.
Editor's dedication signed: Richard Iosua Iunior.
Signatures: [par.]4 A-F G4.
Imperfect: colophon lacking.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
¶ To the right honorable and my very good Lady, the Lady Frauncis, Countesse of Sussex, R. I. her most humble and faithfull seruant in Christ, wisheth all health and godlinesse, long to continue with increase of vertue and zeale in religion.
To the godly Reader.
The first Sermon vpon the first Chapter of the second Epistle of Saint Peter.
The seconde Sermon vpon the 5. 6. and 7. verses.
The third Sermon.
The fourth Sermon.