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Author: Nicholets, Charles.
Title: The dying mans destiny, and the living mans duty, opened. And applyed in a sermon preached on board the Loyal-Eagle, upon the coast of Cormodell in the East-Indies. At the solemn obsequies of Mr. Richarde Bernard, Chyrurgeon, who, at the conclusion of it, was (with universal sorrow) thrown into the sea, Feb. 1. 1680. Together, with an elegy on his death. By C.N. Minister of the same ship.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The dying mans destiny, and the living mans duty, opened. And applyed in a sermon preached on board the Loyal-Eagle, upon the coast of Cormodell in the East-Indies. At the solemn obsequies of Mr. Richarde Bernard, Chyrurgeon, who, at the conclusion of it, was (with universal sorrow) thrown into the sea, Feb. 1. 1680. Together, with an elegy on his death. By C.N. Minister of the same ship.
Nicholets, Charles.

London: printed for Dorman Newman at the Kings arms in the Poultrey, MDCLXXXII. [1682]
Notes:
C.N. = Charles Nocholets.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Funeral Sermons -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52287.0001.001

Contents
title page
Ecclesiast. the 12th. ver. the 5th. Because Man goeth to his Long Home, and the Mourners go about the Street.
AN ELEGY On the Death of the before-Named Mr. Rich, Bernard, Consecrated to his MEMORY, BY ONE Who Loved him Dearly, Prized him Highly, And Laments him Greatly.
The Epitaph.