|Author:||Jacombe, Thomas, 1622-1687.|
|Title:||Enochs walk and change: opened in a sermon at Lawrence-Jury in London, Febr. 7th, 1655, at the funeral of the Reverend Mr. Richard Vines, minister of the Gospel there : with a short account of his life and death, with some elegies &c. on his death / by Tho. Jacombe ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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Enochs walk and change: opened in a sermon at Lawrence-Jury in London, Febr. 7th, 1655, at the funeral of the Reverend Mr. Richard Vines, minister of the Gospel there : with a short account of his life and death, with some elegies &c. on his death / by Tho. Jacombe ...
Jacombe, Thomas, 1622-1687.
London: Printed by T.R. and E.M. for Ralph Smith ..., Anno Dom. 1656.
Vines, Richard, -- 1600?-1656.
To the Inhabitants of Lawrence-Jury, in the CITY of LONDON.
TO THE Reader.
ENOCH'S WALK AND CHANGE: Opened in a SERMON Preached at the FU∣NERAL of the Reverend, Mr. RICHARD VINES.
In memory of that eminent Servant of Christ, Mr. RICHARD VINES deceased, lately the learned and faithful Pastour of Lawrence Church in London.
RICHARDUS VINES. . Hic rarus Videns.
Ad Tumulum Viri quàm Clarissimi, RICHARDI VINES, Aulae Pembrochianae nuper Praefecti. Malos Iambus enecat, beat bonos.
On his receiving the Lords Supper the day, (or rather some houres) before his death.
Upon the Death of so many Reverend MI∣NISTERS of late.
Upon the much to be lamented Death of the Reverend Mr. Vines.
In obitum Viri Doctissimi, pariter & pientissimi, RICHARDI VINES,
In English thus.
Epitaphium, In Disputatorem acutissimum, Concionatorem foelicissimum, The∣ologum Eximium, Dominum RICHARDƲM VINES.
Upon the much lamemed Death of that eminently ac∣complished Man of God, Mr. Richard Vines, late Pastor of Lawrence-Jury, London.
To the Honourable Memory of Mr. Richard Vines.
On the sudden and unexpected death of that famous and incomparable Preacher of the Gospel, Mr. Richard Vines.
Upon the never enough to be lamented Death of the learned Mr. Richard Vines.