|Author:||Stoughton, John, d. 1639.|
|Title:||The righteous mans plea to true happinesse. In ten sermons, on Psal. 4 ver. 6. Preached by Iohn Stoughton Doctor in Divinity, sometimes fellow of Emanuell Colledge in Cambridge, late preacher of Aldermanbury, London.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The righteous mans plea to true happinesse. In ten sermons, on Psal. 4 ver. 6. Preached by Iohn Stoughton Doctor in Divinity, sometimes fellow of Emanuell Colledge in Cambridge, late preacher of Aldermanbury, London.
Stoughton, John, d. 1639.
Printed at London: By Tho. Cotes [, Richard Badger, and the assigns of Thomas Purfoot], for Iohn Bellamie, H. Overton, A. Crooke, I. Rothwell, I. Crooke, R. Sergier, D. Freere, and R. Smith, 1640.
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The first leaf is blank.
With a final imprimatur leaf.
The title page is in two settings: first line of imprint ends (1) "H." or (2) "Bellamie".
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Some print faded and show-through; some pages stained.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
A Methodicall Analysis of the Principall things contained in these Sermons on Psalme 4.6. as they were left written by the AVTHOVR.
THE RIGHTEOVS MANS PLEA TO TRVE HAPPINESSE. Preached in Ten Sermons.
The second Sermon.
The third Sermon.
The fourth Sermon.
The fifth Sermon.
The sixth Sermon.
The seventh Sermon.
The eighth Sermon.
The Ninth Sermon.
The Tenth Sermon.