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POSTHUMOUS WORKS
South, Reverend Robert.

POSTHUMOUS WORKS

of ... Containing, sermons on several subjects, viz. I. On the martyrdom of King Charles I. II. Ecclesiastical Constitutions to be strictly Maintain’d. III. The Certainty of a Judgment after this Life. IV. An Account of his Travels into Poland, with the Earl of Rochester, in the Year 1674. V. Memoirs of his Life and Writings. VI. A true copy of his last will and testament. London : printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible against St. Dunstan’s Church in Fleet-Street, 1717.
1st Ed. [6] + 239 + [1] + 96pp. + pp.(33-48). Engraved port. frontis. by M.V. Gucht, dec. devices and initial letters. Light browning, indecipherable inscription across head of pastedown, contemporary panelled speckled calf, minor loss and repairs to boards, minor white specks to upper board, gilt lettered label to spine rubbed with minor loss to head and significant loss to tail. ESTC T116478 ‘pp.33-48 contain: ’Oratio funebris’ by John Barber and may be taken from another work. Edited by William Pittis. Price from imprint: Price 5 s.’ Robert South (1634–1716) English churchman who was known for his combative preaching and his Latin poetry.
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