Six sermons preached on the occasions following

Publication Date1687
RemainderI. A sermon before the Lord Mayor of London, at Guild-Hall Chappel. II. Praise and adoration: a sermon on Trinity-Sunday, before the University at Oxford. III. A sermon at the rolls, on the 30th of January; intituled, A solemn humiliation for the murder of King Charles I. With some remarks of those popular mistakes concerning popery, zeal, and the extent of subjection, which had fatal influences in those wars. IV. A sermon at the rolls on the 29th of May; intituled, A short view of the most gracious providence of God in the restauration and succession. V. A sermon on Shrove-Tuesday, at the feast of the natives of Hampshire. VI. A sermon at the funeral of Sir John Norton, Baronet. By Thomas Mannyngham, preacher at the rolls, and rector of East Tysted in Hampshire
Extent[4], 31, [3], 26, [4], 28, [8], 25, [11], 31, [9], 31, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for Will. Crook, at the Green Dragon without Temple-Bar


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