Navigation spiritualliz'd: or, a new compass for seamen

Publication Date1721
RemainderConsisting of XXXII Points, Of Pleasant Observations, Profitable Applications, and Serious Reflections: All concluded with so many Spiritual Poems. Whereunto is now added, I. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. II. The Harlot's Face in the Scripture-Glass. III. The Art of Preserving the Fruits of the Lips. IV. The Resurrection of burie Mercies and Promises. V. The seaman's catechism. Being an Essay toward their much desir'd Reformation from the Horrible and Destable Sins of Drunkenness, Swearing, Uncleanness, Forgetfulness of Mercies, Violation of Promises, and Atheistical Contempt of Death. Fit to be seriously Recommended to their Prophane Relations, whether Seamen or others, by all such as Unfeignedly desire their Eternal Welfare. By John Flavel, Minister of the Gospel
Publisherprinted for J. & B. Sprint at the Bell, A. Ward at the King's Arms in Little Britain, D. Midwinter at the Three Crowns in St. Paul's Church Yard A. Bettesworth at the Red Lion in Paternoster-Row, R. Ford at the Angel in the Poultry, and the Assigns of D. Jackson



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