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Sermon TitleSermon on Luke 16:2 (descriptive title)
Extentpp. 63-92
Composition Date -
Primary LanguageEnglish
Text TypeSermon
Sermon Type(s)Funeral
Bible TextsLuke 16:2 - 16: 2
Associated Peoplepreacher? - Weaver, Johnsubject of sermon - Weaver, Judith
Associated Sermons
Preachings1664-03-07 (old) - England - Funeral; Uncertain whether date is Old or New Style. Most manuscripts during this period use Old Style, however.
Additional MaterialPreceded by a text describing Weaver's life by her brother-in-law, John Weaver, addressed to "Madame Gough" (Judith Weaver's sister), which ends with a poem describing Judith Weaver's conversion, largely owing to the preaching of "Mr. Roe" at Westminster Abbey.
Print Editions / Witnesses
DescriptionWritten in a neat hand. Preached at the funeral of Judith Weaver.
Source of DataJeanne Shami
Other NotePreacher and precise location unknown. The manuscript is not foliated, so contemporary page numbers are used here. It is possible that, despite his ejection in 1662, John Weaver preached Judith's funeral sermon.
GEMMS record createdOctober 09, 2016
GEMMS record last editedJune 11, 2021