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Bible Proverbs Xi 11 : The cities exaltation by vprightness : a sermon preached at Guild-hall chappel, on Sunday, June 6, 1680 before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Clayton, Lord Mayor of the city of London, and the Court of Aldermen / by John Rowley ...; Rowley, John,  1680 1
Bible Proverbs Xi 18 : Ergon pseudous kai misthos alētheias, or, The wicked mans sad disappointment and the righteous mans sure recompence : being a sermon preached the 17th day of October, 1661, at the solemn funerals of the Right Worshipful Sir Abraham Raynardson, Knight, late alderman of London / by George Smalwood.; Smalwood, George,  1661 1
Bible Proverbs Xi 19 : The present miseries and mischiefs of sin : discoursed in a sermon before the late Lord mayor of London at Guild-Hall chappel / by Robert Wensley ...; Wensley, Robert,  1682 1
Bible Proverbs Xi 22 : Indecorum: or A briefe treatise vpon one of Salomons Prouerbs. Chap 11.22 : Wherein is shewed, how ill-beseeming all common gifts and worldly blessings are to all such, as are not furnished with some answerable measure, of spirituall and sauing grace.; Egerton, Stephen,  1613 1
Bible Proverbs Xi 26 : Gods blessing upon the providers of corne: : and Gods curse upon the hoarders. Read, judge, and consider, Gods judgements by the Sword. Plague. Famine. Together with the corn imported into London Port in four monthes. / By C. F-G.; Fitz-Geffry, Charles,  1648 1
Bible Proverbs Xi 30 : A sermon preached at the visitation of the right worshipfull Dr. Luddington, : the reverend arch-deacon of Stowe, in the Church of S. Paul in Lincoln upon the 28 of April, 1663. / By Willian Towers ...; Towers, William,  1663 1
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Bible Proverbs Xii 5 : A discourse grounded on Prov. 12.5 : the thoughts of the righteous are right, proving our state (god-ward) to be as our thoughts are ... with motives and rules for keeping thoughts right : in two parts / by Faithful Teate.; Teate, Faithful,  1666 1
Bible Proverbs Xii 26 : A sermon preached at Great St. Marie's church in Cambridge : before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief-Justice Holt, at the assizes held there, August 1, 1693 / by Tho. Walker ...; Walker, Thomas,  1693 1
Bible Proverbs Xiii 9 : Lux & lucerna. : The light of the Godly and the lamp of the wicked, discovered, and distinguished / by Richard Trueman, master in arts and minister of Gods word.; Trueman, Richard,  1657 1
Bible Proverbs Xiii 10 : The little peace-maker; discovering foolish pride the make-bate: or, Some animadversions upon Proverbs 13.10 : In a dialogue between Eumenus peaceable, quiet. Thermos hot, hasty.; Morton, Charles,  1674 1
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Bible Proverbs Xiv 8 : Deceivers deceiv'd, or, The mistakes of wickedness in sundry erroneous and deceitful principles, practised in our late fatal times, and suspected still in the reasonings of unquiet spirits : delivered in a sermon at St. Paul's, October 20th 1661 before the Right Honorable Sir Richard Browne Knight and Baronet, Lord Maior of the city of London, and the aldermen his brethren : being the initial also of the Reverend Dr. John Berwick, dean of the said church, at the first celebrity of divine service with the organ and choiristers, which the Lord Maior himslef solemniz'd with his personal presence from the very beginning.; Stone, Samuel,  1661 1
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Bible Proverbs Xiv 12 : The high-waies of God and the king. : Wherein all men ought to walke in holinesse here, to happinesse hereafter. : Deliuered in two sermons preached at Thetford in Norfolke, anno 1620. / By Thomas Scot ...; Scott, Thomas,  1624 1
Bible Proverbs Xiv 14 : Selfe-satisfaction : occasionally taught the citizens in the lecture as St. Magnes neere London-bridge. By Francis Tayler, M. of A. and pastour of Clapham.; Taylor, Francis,  1633 1
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Bible Proverbs Xli 31 : The hoary head crowned : a sermon preached at Brackley at the funerall of Fran. Walbank, a very aged and religious matron / by Thomas Hodges ...; Hodges, Thomas,  1652 1
Bible Proverbs Xv 15 : The booke of conscience opened and read : in a sermon preached at the Spittle on Easter-Tuesday, being April 12, 1642 / by John Jackson.; Jackson, John.  1642 1
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Bible Proverbs Xvi 1 : The afflicted souls preparation for death : The preparation of the heart in man, and the answer of the tongue is from the Lord. Prov. the 16. and the I. verse. With loving exhortations to every true Christian to prepare their souls for the hour of death, also many good instructions to every good Christian to beware of false prophets. Written by Tho. Robins, B. of D. And licensed according to order.; Robins, Thomas,  1668 1
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Bible Proverbs Xvi 20 : Prudenter, piè, prosperè : a sermon preach'd at Tamworth on the second of December 1697, being the thanksgiving day for His Majesty's safe return, and for the happy and honourable peace / publish'd at the request of friends by S. Collins.; Collins, Samuel,  1698 1
Bible Proverbs Xvi 31 : Gray hayres crowned with grace. : A sermon preached at Redriff, Aug. 1. 1654. at the funerall of that reverend, eminently learned and faithfull minister of Jesus Christ Mr Thomas Gataker.; Ashe, Simeon,  1655 1
Bible Proverbs Xvi 32 : A discourse of the gospel of peace and of the government of our own spirits : being the substance of divers sermons from Ephes. VI, 15 and Prov. XVI, 32 / lately preached by John Faldo ...; Faldo, John,  1687 1
Bible Proverbs Xvi 33 : A sermon of Gods prouidence : very godly and profitable / preached at South-shoobery in Essex by Arthur Dent ...; Dent, Arthur,  1611 1
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Bible Proverbs Xvii 14 : A disswasive from contention : being a sermon preached and designed for the last itineration of the King's preachers in the county Palatine of Lancaster / by Zachary Taylor ...; Taylor, Zachary,  1683 1
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Bible Proverbs Xvii 25 : Parents groans over their wicked children : several sermons on Prov. XVII, 25, published for the benefit of all, but especially of good parents and their children / by Edward Lawrence ...; Lawrence, Edward,  1681 1
Bible Proverbs Xvii 27 : A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and aldermen of London, at Guild-Hall Chappel / by William Pindar ...; Pindar, William,  1677 1
Bible Proverbs Xviii 10 : The righteovs mans conversation; or, A life in Heaven : With two other treatises, his Tower and Honour: setting forth the Christians way to safety in times of danger. / By Jeremiah Dyke, minister of Epping.; Dyke, Jeremiah,  1652 1
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Bible Proverbs Xx 8 : A sermon preached July 26, 1682, in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in York : at the assizes for that county / by James Hickson ...; Hickson, James,  1682 1
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Bible Proverbs Xxi 3 : A sermon preached March 6, 1675, in the Cathedral Church of S. Peter in York, before the Right Honourable Sir Timothy Littleton, Kt., and Vere Bertie, Esquire, His Majesties judges of assize for the Northern Circuit / by William Stainforth ...; Stainforth, William,  1676 1
Bible Proverbs Xxi 15 : A sermon preacht in Bridgewater, the next day after the election of burgesses, February 27, 1680/1 / by William Allen, B.D., and Vicar of Bridgewater, Somerset.; Allen, William,  1681 1
Bible Proverbs Xxi 21 : A sermon preached before the Lord mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, on the 29th of January 1681/2 / by Thomas Sprat ...; Sprat, Thomas,  1682 1
Bible Proverbs Xxi 30 31 : A sermon preach'd in the parish church of Burcester in the county of Oxford, on the second day of December, 1697 : being the day appointed for a thanksgiving to Almighty God, for His Majesty's safe return, and for the happy and honourable peace, of which God has made him the glorious instrument.; Taylor, Thomas,  1697 1
Bible Proverbs Xxii 3 : An answer to that question, : Hovv farre it is lavvfvll to flee in the time of the plagve extracted out of a sermon preached in Alderman-bury / by Thomas Taylor..; Taylor, Thomas,  1636? 1
Bible Proverbs Xxii 4 : A sermon preached before the King and Queen at Whitehall, Jan. 19, 1689 / by J. Lambe ...; Lambe, John,  1690 1
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Bible Proverbs Xxiii 5 : A disswasive from worldly-mindedness, in order to the due exercise of Christian charity : A sermon preached in the chappel of Popler, on the 8th of Sept. 1698. Before the trustees for the charity of Captain William Curtis, deceased. Who, in the year 1669, bequeathed a rent-charge of sixty pounds per annum, for the release of poor prisoners, the relief of aged people, a weekly distribution of bread, and the placing out of poor children to trades: for the benefit of the poor in the hamlets of Popler, Mile-end, Limus, and Ratcliff, for ever. Published at the request of the trustees. By Josiah Woodward, minister of Popler.; Woodward, Josiah,  1698 1
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Bible Proverbs Xxiii 29 32 : Woe to drunkards : a sermon / by Samuel Ward ...; Ward, Samuel,  1622 1
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