|Author:||Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654.|
|Title:||Certaine sermons, first preached, and after published at severall times, by M. Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor at Rotherhith. And now gathered together into one volume: the severall texts and titles whereof are set downe in the leafe following|
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Certaine sermons, first preached, and after published at severall times, by M. Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor at Rotherhith. And now gathered together into one volume: the severall texts and titles whereof are set downe in the leafe following
Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654.
London: printed by Iohn Haviland and Anne Griffin, 1637.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
TITLES AND TEXTS.
To the Right Worshipfull and much Honoured Sir Thomas Smith Knight, Governour of the famous Companie of Merchants trading to the EAST INDIES, &c. Long life and health here, with eternall happinesse else-where.
TO My very kind and Loving Vncles, Mr. NICHOLAS CRISPE And Mr. ELLIS CRISPE, with Theirs.
THE CHRISTIAN MANS CARE.
A Short Catechisme for the Simpler Sort.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVL AND Religious his very kinde Cozen, Sr. ROBERT COOKE Knight, eldest Sonne and Heire to that worthy Knight Sr. WILLIAM COOKE late deceased: Long life and good dayes, with increase of Grace here, and eternall Glory hereafter.
CHRISTS GENERALL Watch-Word.
TO THE RIGHT WOR∣thy and his much honoured Lady, the Lady DOROTHIE HOBART, Wife to the Right Honourable and his singular good Lord, Sr. HENRY HOBART, Knight and Baronet, Lord Chiefe Justice of the Common Pleas, True Contentment in the Gaine of Godlinesse, with its Self-Sufficiencie.
THE FORMER PART. The Gaine of Godlinesse.
THE SECOND PART. The Sufficiencie of it in it selfe.
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE Sir HORATIO VERE, late Lord Generall of his Majesties Forces in the Palatinate: And TO THE RIGHT Worthy and religious LADY his Wife: True Joy in Christ, and full Joy with Christ.
THE IOY OF THE IVST: WITH THE SIGNES OF SVCH.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL Sir WILLIAM WHITMORE, of Appley in Salope, Knight; And Mr. GEORGE WHITMORE of London, Alderman; Saving Health, true Honour, and eternall Happinesse.
IACOBS THANKFVLNES TO GOD, FOR GODS GOODNES to JACOB.
THE IVDGEMENT OF A great Schoole-man, concerning the Merit of mans workes; contrarie to that which the Church of Rome now holdeth. Durandus in Sentent. lib. 2. dist. 27. quaest. 2.
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE Sir IAMES LEY Knight and Baronet, Lord Chiefe Justice of his Majesties Bench.