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Author: Middleton, Richard, d. 1641.
Title: The heauenly pro:gresse. By Rich: Middleton.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: The heauenly pro:gresse. By Rich: Middleton.
Middleton, Richard, d. 1641.

London: Printed by Nicholas Okes [and are to be sold by T. Adams], 1617.
Alternate titles: Heavenly progresse Heavenly pro:gresse.
Engraved title page. Printer's name from colophon.
Some pages missing or repeated in number only.
Some print faded and show-through; some pages tightly bound.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.

title page
❧ TO THE truely Great, and grace-full Prince CHARLES, Prince of WALES.
A Table of the chiefe points handled in this Booke.
The first daies Iourney.
The second daies iourney.
The third dayes Iourney. Is Prayer.
The fourth dayes Iourney. Is holinesse of life.
list of duties
THE HEAƲENLY PROGRESSE, OR, The Soules Iourney to Heauen.
The first Iourney that the Soule must make towards Heauen, is, to heare the word of God with benefit.
The second Daies Labour of a Christian to the end that bee may arriue at the Port of Heauen, is to Me∣ditate on sacred Things, for the further ena∣bling of him in the course of godlinesse.
The Third Daies Iourney of the Soule to Heauen is Prayer.
The Fourth Daies Iourney of the Soule to Heauen, is Holinesse of Life.
Of the passions.
Of Temptations.
6 How to giue thanke after the Lord Supper is receiued.
7 Of the studie of Christians and how they should profit in learning.
8 Of the examination of the con∣science before dinner.
9 Of our behauiour at dinner.
2 The exercises of the Euening or later part of the day, which we cast into these three fol∣lowing.
2 Things to bee done in the Eue∣ning, is the examination of the Conscience.
4. The things which are to bee done euery month.
5 The thing which are euery yeare to be done.
6 The things which are euer more to be done.
The conclusion of the Booke.