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Sermon TitleA Tribute of co[m]passio[n] for miserable Londo[n]
In ManuscriptSermons: MS 38.G.15.01
Extentpp. 350-372 (really pp. 342-364)
Composition Dateca. 1666 - 1666
Primary LanguageEnglish
Text TypeSermon
Sermon Type(s)Occasional
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Associated Sermons
Preachings (old) - Canfield - Occasion not identified; The sermon was preached at ‘Canf.’ which presumably stands for ‘Canfield’ in Essex. According to the flyleaf (recto) of this volume, this sermon was preached 'upo[n] firi[n]g of Londo[n]: intended as Londo[n]s Lame[n]tatio[n]; and is a small tribute of Compass[e] payd to it'.
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DescriptionThe sermon is preached upon 'a mournfull & sad text, […] a right place y haue it'. See p. 350 (really p. 342).
Source of DataHannah Yip
Other NoteWritten in a very small italic hand. There is some use of Hebrew and Latin. Marginalia includes Biblical citations and sections of the sermon. Pages 369-372 (really pp. 361-364) refers specifically to London 'lyi[n]g i[n] ashes' and 'sorly wounded'.
GEMMS record createdOctober 20, 2018
GEMMS record last editedOctober 21, 2018