|Author:||Newhouse, Thomas, d. 1611.|
|Title:||Certaine sermons, preached by the reuerend and iudicious diuine master Thomas Nevvhovse late preacher of Gods word in the citie of Norwich. And now set foorth for the vse and benefit of Gods people, by Robert Gallard, Master of Arts and minister in the same citie.|
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Certaine sermons, preached by the reuerend and iudicious diuine master Thomas Nevvhovse late preacher of Gods word in the citie of Norwich. And now set foorth for the vse and benefit of Gods people, by Robert Gallard, Master of Arts and minister in the same citie.
Newhouse, Thomas, d. 1611., Gallard, Robert,
At London: Imprinted by Felix Kingston for Edmund Weaver and William Welby, 1614.
|Alternate titles:||Two sermons.|
Four sermons, the third and fourth of which have special dedicatory epistle, dated Nov. 15, 1613, and special title page, with same imprint as main title page, reading: Two sermons, preached by that reuerend and iudicious diuine master Thomas Nevvhouse, late preacher of Gods word in the citie of Norwich. And now set foorth for the vse and benefit of Gods people, by Robert Gallard Master of Arts, and minister in the same citie.
Pages 65-66 missing in number only.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
Election(Theology) -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLI. MA∣ster GEORGE COCK, Maior of that famous and well-gouerned Citie of Norwich, together with the Worshipfull Companie of Sherifes and Aldermen his fellow brethren in the same Citie: R. G. wisheth all true prosperitie.
TO THE GOD∣LY READER, EN∣crease of sauing know∣ledge in heauenly things.
A SERMON, WHEREIN IS OPE∣NED THE MANNER OF Gods decree concerning Election and Repro∣bation.
A SERMON, WHICH SHEWETH HOW THE CHILDE OF God is neither subiect to the dominion of sinne, nor total defection from grace.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL AND trulie religious Gentleman, Ma∣ster THOMAS CORBET Esquire, one of his Maiesties Iustices of Peace in the Countie of Norffolke: And to the Worshipfull Gentlewoman Mistris ANNE CORBET his most louing, wise, and ver∣tuous wife: R G. wisheth true hap∣pinesse in this life, and a bles∣sed hope of the life to come.
A SERMON, SHEWING THE FRVIT AND BENEFIT we haue by our Bap∣tisme.
A SERMON, WHEREIN IS DE∣clared the nature of the feare of God.