|Author:||Durant, John, b. 1620.|
|Title:||The Christian's compass, or, The mariner's companion being a brief compendium of the principles of religion, in the things which are necessary to be known and practised by all who profess the name of Christ / long since prepared, and now published by John Durant ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The Christian's compass, or, The mariner's companion being a brief compendium of the principles of religion, in the things which are necessary to be known and practised by all who profess the name of Christ / long since prepared, and now published by John Durant ...
Durant, John, b. 1620.
London: Printed by T.L. for the author, 1658.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
To every Christian (especially e∣very sea-man) The Author wish∣eth a good Voyage, and as an help therein humbly presents them with this Card or Compass.
The Spiritual Sea-man: OR, A Manual for Mariners.
On the Boatswains Whistle.
On a piece of Plank floating on the Sea.
On a Sea-man which fell asleep in the shrouds, and fell down in the Sea while the Sermon was preaching, &c.
On a great distraction in the Navy, sud∣denly and safely ended on a Sabbath day.
On a man that standing to sound with the line, fell over-board, and was lost.
On the sight of many great shot made from a Fort to some Vessels, and none taking place.
On the sight of one corrected at the cap∣stock for an offence.
On the fall of a bed (that was lashed to the ship side) in a blowing night.
On a boy at the topmast head looking out to descry land.
On an Anchor that lost its hold, and came home and left the ship adrift.
On a ship that was left by the Mari∣ners upon the Goodwin-sands in a storm, and fetcht off by some Sea∣men sent to relieve it by my Lord of VVarwick.
On the parting of a ships company at the end of a voyage.
to the reader