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Author: Case, Thomas, 1598-1682.
Title: The excellent woman a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott ... on the 16 of Decemb. 1658 / by Tho. Case ...
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Print source: The excellent woman a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott ... on the 16 of Decemb. 1658 / by Tho. Case ...
Case, Thomas, 1598-1682.

London: Printed for Robert Gibs ..., 1659.
Subject terms:
Scott, ELizabeth, d. 1658.
Funeral sermons.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A35578.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the truly Ho∣nourable, and much honoured, The Lady Frances Howland, Re∣lict to the worthy Sir Mathew Howland late of Giles in the Fields.
To the Honourable Sir Howland Roberts of Glassenbury in the County of Kent Baronet.
To the Reader.
sermon
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Several Letters from di∣vers Ministers con∣cerning the Life and Death of Mistresse ELIZABETH SCOTT, with a Narrative un∣der her own hand of re∣markable experiences, and the gracious deal∣ings of God towards her.
Mr. Naltons Letter to Mr. Case.
Mrs. SCOTS own writ∣ings, which she hath left under her own hand.
In the Book she beginneth and proceedeth thus.
How God did effectually call me at first to himself.
Other Writings that Mrs. Scot hath left, concerning Gods goodnesse to her.
Mr. Thorowgood's Letter to Mr. Case.
Mr. Elmstones Letter to Mr. Case.
Mr. Elliston's Letter to Mr. Case.
Another Letter of Mr. THOROWGOODS. to Mr. Case.
Errata.