|Author:||Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.|
|Title:||Death unstung a sermon preached at the funeral of Thomas Mowsley, an apothecary, who died July, 1669 : with a brief narrative of his life and death : also the manner of Gods dealings with him before and after his conversion : drawn up by his own hand and published / by James Janeway ...|
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Death unstung a sermon preached at the funeral of Thomas Mowsley, an apothecary, who died July, 1669 : with a brief narrative of his life and death : also the manner of Gods dealings with him before and after his conversion : drawn up by his own hand and published / by James Janeway ...
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.
London: Printed for Dorman Newman,and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1669.
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Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Mowsley, Thomas, -- d. 1669.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TO My Beloved HEARERS, Especially Those of the Younger sort, Grace and Peace.
An Accompt of Gods Dealings with this Young man, before, and at his Conversion, with some Re∣marks upon the same; as it was Delivered to me under his own hand (after I had Discoursed with him) by way of Dialogue be∣tween a Minister and himself.
These Books, with several others, are Print∣ed for, and to be sold by Dorman Newman at the Chirurgions Arms in Little-Brittain, near the Hospital-Gate.