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Early works to 1800
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Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667.
Whole works of the right Rev. Jeremy Taylor ... ; with a life of the author ... by ... Reginald Heber ... ; revised and corrected by the Rev. Charles Page Eden .
London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1847-1854
|Named Person:||Jeremy Taylor; Jeremy Taylor|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeremy Taylor; Charles Page Eden; Alexander Taylor; Reginald Heber
|Notes:||Vols. 9 and 10 edited by Alexander Taylor.
Vol. 1: 1854; v. 3 "In twelve volumes."
V. 6. The real presence and spiritual of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament ... A dissuasive from popery. Five letters to persons changed or tempted to a change in their religion -- v. 7. Unum necessarium, or, The doctrine and practice of repentance. Deus justificatus, or, A vindication of the glory of the divine attributes ... Correspondence between John Warner, Bishop of Rochester, and Doctor Taylor ... Certain letters of Henry Jeanes ... and Dr. Jeremy Taylor ... Golden grove, or, A manual of daily prayers and litanies ... Also festival hymns -- v. 8. The worthy communicant ... Dekas embolimaios ... being eleven sermons. Sermon preached at the funeral of ... Sir George Dalstone. A collection of offices, or forms of prayer -- v. 9-10. Ductor dubitantium, or, the rule of conscience ...
|Description:||10 volumes ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||v. 1. Clerus Domini. Discourse of the nature and offices of friendship. Rules and advices to the clergy of the Diocese of Down and Connor. Sermon, the gate to heaven a strait gate. Life of Jeremy Taylor ... / Reginald Heber. Funeral sermon preached at the obsequies of ... Jeremy, Lord Bishop of Down ... / by George Rust --
v. 2. Life of our Blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ --
v. 3. Holy living and dying, together with prayers ... --
v. 4. A course of sermons for all the Sundays in the year --
v. 5. Episcopacy asserted. Apology for authorized and set forms of liturgy ... On the reverence due to the altar. Theologia eklektikē, or, A discourse of the liberty of prophesying ... Chrisis teleiōtikē, a discourse of Confirmation.