The dying-mans last sermon, or, The fathers last blessing [microform] : left and bequeathed as a legacy to his children, immediately before his death. Being comfortable meditations and preparations for the day of death: which for the worth of them are more worthy to be written in letters of gold, than ink and paper. By Andrew Jones, a servant of Jesus Christ.
- Other Title:
- Dying-mans last sermon
Fathers last blessing.
Fathers last blessing, left and bequeathed as a legacy unto his children, a little before his death.
Dying mans last sermon.
- London : printed for W.Thackeray, T. Passinger, P. Brooksby, and J. Williamson, 1680.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2091:15.
 p. : port.
- Death and dying -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Quotations, maxims, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Children -- Religious life -- Early works to 1800.
- Attributed (erroneously?) to John Hart by Wing.
Signatures: A B4 (-B4).
Frontispiece illustration is a woodcut.
Caption title on A3: The fathers last blessing, left and bequeathed as a legacy unto his children, a little before his death.
Text in black letter.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1991. 1 microfilm reel 35mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700; 2091:15). s1991 miun a
- Cited in:
- Wing (2nd ed.) H945H.
- Hart, John, D.D., attributed name.
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