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#The house of weeping, or, Mans last progress to his long home fully represented in several funeral discourses, with many pertinent ejaculations under each head, to remind us of our mortality and fading state / by John Dunton ...#

##Dunton, John, 1627 or 8-1676.## The house of weeping, or, Mans last progress to his long home fully represented in several funeral discourses, with many pertinent ejaculations under each head, to remind us of our mortality and fading state / by John Dunton ... Dunton, John, 1627 or 8-1676.

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#####Front##### The mourning RingLondon printed for John DuntonThe Houſe of Weeping•… goeth to his long home and the Mourn. goe about the ſtreets Eccl: 12. ••…nted

  1. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE AND Truly Pious and Religious Lady, THE Lady BRIDGET ROBERTS, the Virtuous Relict of Sir Howland Roberts Baronett, late of Glaſtenbury in Kent.

  2. In praiſe of the Author of the Houſe of Weeping, with the Explanation of the Frontiſpiece annext to his Book.

  3. Another on the Frontiſpiece.

  4. An Acroſtick on the Name of the Reverend Author of the Houſe of Weeping.

  5. Ʋpon the Houſe of Weeping, made by the Reverend Mr. John Dunton, late Miniſter of Aſton Clinton in the County of Bucks.

  6. Books Printed for John Dunton at the Black Raven in the Poultrey.

  7. TO THE READER.

  8. In Praiſe of the Author of the Mourning-Ring, with the Explanation of the Frontiſpiece Annext to his Book.

  9. Another on the Frontiſpiece.

  10. AN ACROSTICK. THE CONTENTS OF THE FIRST Part OF THE Mourning-Ring.THE Introduction to the Houſe of Weeping, from p _ THE CONTENTS OF THE FIRST Part OF THE Mourning-Ring.

    _ THE CONTENTS OF THE Second Part OF THE Mounrnig-Ring.

  11. ERRATA:

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  1. THE Introduction TO THE HOUSE OF Weeping.

    _ Ʋpon firſt hearing of the Death of a Neighbour, or of a Houſe-weeping for the loſs of a Friend, think with thy ſelf, and ſay,

    _ When Invited to the Houſe of Weeping, Reflect and ſay,

    _ As thou art walking along to the Houſe of Weeping, ſeriouſly meditate on Ruth 1. Ver. 17.

    _ When thou art enter'd into the Houſe of Weeping, fall down on thy knees, and ſay,

  2. THE HOUSE OF Weeping.

    _ Sermon I. John 11. 35. Jeſus Wept.

    • Death parts the deareſt Friends.

    • The Laſt Sigh.

    • Man giveth up the Ghoſt; and where is he?

    _ He's carry'd by Angels into Abraham's Boſom. Sermon II. Luke XVI. 32.And it came to paſs that the Beggar died, and was carryed by the Angels into Abraham's The parts of the Text are four.

Of theſe ſucceſſively.

_ The Winding-Sheet.

  * Divine Meditations ariſing from the Contemplation▪ of theſe ſad and ſerious Sentences.

All Subjects large enough.

Of theſe things I thus believed.

  * Body and Soul parting.

  * Now of the way to die well.

  * The firſt ſtep of dying well.

  * Familiarity with Death, a ſoveraign Cordial against Death.

  * The Second Step, To be dying daily.

  * To die by little and little, the third ſtep.

  * For the manner of dying.

  * Death approaching, what our last Thoughts ſhould be.

_ Tears FOR A Dead Husband.

_ The Dying Knell—, Or, Tears for the Death of a beloved Brother, and may likewiſe ſerve at the Deceaſe of any other faithful Friend.

_ Put on Mourning Apparel. Sermon III.

ECCLES. 7. 2.It is better to go to the Houſe of Mourning, then to the Houſe of feaſting: for that is Death ſeparates a Man from his Friends.

_ But now he is Dead, wherefore ſhould I Faſt? Sermon IV.

2 SAM. xii. 23.But now he is dead, wherefore ſhould I faſt? can I bring him back again? I ſhall go t * The EJACULATION.

_ Bury my Dead out of my ſight. SERMON V.

GEN. xxiii. 4.Give me a poſſeſſion of a Burying place with you, that I may bury my Dead out of my ſi Give me. What? A poſſeſſion of burial.

Give me a poſſeſſion, a burying-place.

Give me a Burying Place to Bury my Dead.

My Dead.

Laſtly, it followeth, why he would bury his Dead Out of my ſight.

_ The Funeral Proceſſion. SERMON VI.

ECCLES. 12. 5.Man goeth to his long home, and the Mourners go about the ſtreets.ALthough I might in _ Earth to Earth, and Duſt to Duſt. SERMON VII. GEN. iii. 19.Duſt thou art, and unto duſt ſhalt thou return.THE Remembrance of Death among other Rem * THE EJACULATION. Job xxiv. 20.The Worms ſhall feed ſweetly on him.THat is, the Grave ſhall be no ſecurer to him than The Worms ſhall feed ſweetly on him.

_ Prepare to follow. SERMON VIII.

ISAIAH 8. 38.Set thy Houſe in order, for thou ſhalt dye and not live.Dearly Beloved,I Am now about tISAIAH xxxviii.Set thy Houſe in Order, for thou ſhalt Die, and not Live.MANS Body (before that diſma * THE EJACULATION.

_ Look on every day as your laſt. SERMON IX.

JAM. 4. 14.What is your Life? It is even a Vapour that appeareth for a little time, and ufterward va * THE EJACULATION.

_ Dying Chriſtian. SERMON X.

  * Being the laſt Sermon this Author Preacht at Grafham, in Huntingdonſhire.

PHILIPIANS I. XXIII.For I am in a ſtraight between two, having a deſire to depart, and to be with Ch * THE EJACULATION.

_ The Eye that hath ſeen him ſhall ſee him no more. SERMON XI.

  * Upon ACTS 20. 38. Sorrowing moſt of all for the words which he ſpake, That they ſhould ſee his Face no more.

_ The Good Mans Epitaph. SERMON XII.

REV. 14. 13.And I heard a Voice from Heaven, ſaying unto me, Write, Bleſſed are the Dead which die i _ Hopes of a joyful Reſurrection. SERMON XIII. JOB. 19. v. 25, 26, 27.For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that he ſhall ſtand at the latter day * There is no difficulty to Omnipotency.

  * Though my Reigns be conſumed within me.

_ The Yearly Mourner. SERMON XIV.

JUDGES 11. ult.And it was a Cuſtom in Iſrael that the Daughters of Iſrael went yearly to lament the _ Weep not, She is not Dead but Sleepeth. SERMON XV. LUKE 8. 52.And all wept and bewailed her; But he ſaid, Weep not, ſhe is not dead but ſleepeth.OUR Li The Application.

The Character.

_ Good Night.
  1. The Houſe of Weeping,

    _ SERMON I. The certainty of a Dying Hour. HEB. 9. v. 27.It is appointed unto Men once to Dye, but after this the Judgment.Dearly Beloved,I Am Doct. That it is paſt all diſpute, that all Men muſt paſs through Death and Judgment.

  2. ƲSE of Information.

  3. ƲSE of Reprehenſion.

  4. ƲSE of Conſolation.

Laſt ƲSE of Exhortation,

  * The EJACULATION.

_ SERMON VI. All Men both good and bad ſhall ariſe to Judgment.

ISA. xxvi. xix.Thy dead Men ſhall live together, with my dead Body ſhall they ariſe: Awake and ſing, * The EJACULATION.

_ SERMON VII. A Glorious Reſurrection for them that ſleep in Jeſus.

ROM. viii. xi.He that raiſed up Chriſt from the Dead, ſhall alſo quicken your mortal Bodies by his S * The firſt Uſe of Confutation.

  * The ſecond Uſe of Inſtruction.

  * Your mortal Bodies.

  * The EJACULATION.

_ AN ELEGY Upon the Reverend, Mr. John Dunton, Author of the Houſe of Weeping.

_ An EPITAPH upon the Author of this Book, Mr. John Dunton, who was Interred in the Chancel at Aſton-Clinton, Novemb. 9th. 1676.
  1. Death-Bed THOUGHTS.

    _ The PROEMIUM.

    • Sect. 1. The Daily Remembrance of Death.

    • Sect. 2. The remembrance of Death is a powerful Remedy againſt all Sins.

    • Sect. 3. The end of a good Life is all.

Out of Seneca.

  * Sect. 4. All Men, no Men.

  * Sect. 5. Mortals are of one little Day.

  * Sect. 6. The ſame is deliver'd with greater Confirmations.

  * Sect. 7. The Hope of Long Life and VViſhes are vain.

  * Sect. 8. Man is Duſt.

  * Sect. 9. Man truly Miſerable.

  * Sect. 10. VVhat then is Man?

  * Sect. 11. To the Haters of Funerals.

  * Sect. 12. Our Life is but a Life of Tears.

  * Sect. 13. God the Comfort of our Tears.

  * Sect. 14. Our Nativity our Death.

  * Sect. 15. Death every where.

  * Sect. 16. Death is at home to every Man.

  * Sect. 17. Death Inexorable.

  * Sect. 18. Moſt certain Death is moſt uncertain.

  * Sect. 19. Death to many ſudden, to all unlook't for.

Notes upon the firſt Paragraph.

  * Sect. 20. An Antidote againſt ſudden Death.

The firſt Prayer.

The ſecond Prayer.

The third Prayer.

  * Sect. 21. The Days of Mans Life are few and evil.

  * Sect. 22. How a Young Man may Die an Old Man.

  * Sect. 23. A PARADOX.

Whoever will, has liv'd long enough.

  * Sect. 24 You are to Die, to Die.

  * Sect. 25. The Remembrance of Death is variouſly to be renewed.

  * Sect. 26. A new Shirt, black Letters.

  * Sect. 27. Every Day is to be obſerved.

  * Sect. 28. The Coffin the laſt Comfort of our Pride.

  * Sect. 29. What is Life?

  * Sect. 30. Life a Mimick.

  * Sect. 31. The Type of Humane Life.

  * Sect. 33. The Prologue of Life, the Narration, the Epilogue.

  * Sect. 34. All Life ſhort, even the longest.

  * Sect. 35. Not the longeſt, but the honeſteſt Life is the beſt.

  * Sect. 36. We do not live the greateſt part of our Lives.

  * Sect. 37. Delay is the greatest blemiſh of Life.

  * Sect. 38. The Hunting of Death.

  * Sect. 39. VVherefore upon the daily ſight of Funerals, we do not conſider Death.

  * Sect. 41. A moſt Compendious, and the beſt Permeditation upon Death.

  * Sect. 42. To day, for me, to morrow, for thee.

  * Sect. 43. Therefore Live, while thou haſt.

  * Sect. 43. If to Morrow, why not to Day.

  * Sect. 44. Why Death is Terrible.

  * Sect. 45. Death is ſudden, but beautiful.

  * Sect. 46. VVe muſt watch and pray.

  * Sect. 47. VVe are to truſt in God.

  * Sect. 48. VVhen it ſhall pleaſe God.

  * Sect. 49. VVe muſt have recourſe to God in all things.

  * Sect. 50.

Firſt Prayer.

The Second Prayer.

  * The Concluſion of the firſt Chapter. To the Reader.

_ CHAP. II. The Remembrance of Death is Recommended to the Sick.

  * Sect. 1. The Introduction; and whether Sickneſs be an Evil?

  * Sect. 2. The ſick Perſon to his Friends. To Sickneſs. To the beginning of a Mortal Diſeaſe. To Death. To Chriſt our Lord.

To his Friends.

To Sickneſs.

To the beginning of a mortal Diſtemper.

To Death.

To Chriſt.

  * Sect. 3. An Antidote againſt Grief.

  * Sect. 4. Not always Draughts of Sweetneſs.

  * Sect. 5. The contempt of Death is a Chriſtian Generoſity.

  * Sect. 6. An Example of the Contempt of Death.

  * Sect. 7. A Man ready to dye.

  * Sect. 8. They fear Death, who foreſee it not.

  * Sect. 9. They fear Death, who are negligent of Life.

  * Sect. 10. Three Things hardly ſupportable in Sickneſs.

  * Sect. 11. Sickneſs the Sport of Vertue.

  * Sect. 12. The Sickneſs of the Body is the Salvation of the Soul.

  * Sect. 13. Sickneſs admoniſhes us of Eternity.

  * Sect. 14. Therefore is Death to be deſir'd.

  * Sect. 15. What is to be read in Sickneſs▪

  * Sect. 16. In Sickneſs we are often to pray.

  * Sect. 17. In Pain, and at other times, what is to be meditated upon, what to be done every day.

  * Sect. 18. We are of one Opinion in Health, of another in Sickneſs.

  * Sect. 19. Pious Ejaculations to God in all Sickneſs and Infirmity.

  * Sect. 20. Certain Vices of Sick-people.

  * Sect. 21. Certain Theſes which the Sick are to contend againſt with all their might.

The firſt, Concerning God.

The ſecond, Concerning the ſick Party himſelf.

The Third, Concerning other Men.

  * Sect. 22. The Thirſt of a Sick-man, how to be cur'd.

  * Sect. 23. The Sick-man's Handkerchief.

  * Sect. 24. The Sick man's Bed.

  * Sect. •5. The Garden of Chriſt is the delight of a Sick-man.

  * Sect. 26. Chriſt's Bed among the Olives.

  * Sect. 27. The Conſent and Harmony of Humane with Divine Will.

  * Sect. 28. Deſpair to be prevented.

  * Sect. 29. The hope of better Life mitigates our Miſeries.

  * Sect. 30. True Hope is a Bleſſed Life.

  * Sect. 31. Tranquility proceeds from true Hope.

  * Sect. 32. Comfort in Pain.

  * Sect. 33. Patience mitigates all pains.

  * Sect. 34. An Example of Patience in a Beggar.

  * Sect. 35. A Type of Patience in a Great Prince.

  * Sect. 36. An Example of Patience in a moſt Potent King.

  * Sect. 37. A Specimen Pattern, Mirror of Patience, a moſt abſolute Example, even Christ the Lord.

  * Sect. 39. Patience is the compleat Armour of a Sick Perſon.

  * Sect. 40. We muſt go at laſt, we are but Gueſts.

  * Sect. 41. There is a certain limit of Life.

  * Sect. 42. The firſt ſmall Objection of the Sick.

Another Objection.

  * Sect. 45. Against other Complaints of the Sick.

  * Sect. 46. The Sick-man to himſelf, againſt himſelf.

  * Sect. 47. The Patient Man to God.

  * Sect. 48. The ſick Patient Covenants with God.

  * Sect. 49. Thanks be to God, ſhould be the continual Song of the ſick Patient.

  * Sect. 50. The true Confidence of a Sick-man in God.

  * Sect. 51. Conſtantly.

  * Sect. 52.
  1. Prayer.

  2. Prayer.

  3. Prayer.

  4. Prayer.

  5. Prayer.

    • A Concluſion of the Second Chapter.

    _ CHAP. III. The Remembrance of Death is repreſented to Dying People.

    • Sect. 1. The Art of Dying well is briefly Taught.

    • Sect. 2. Nine cauſes why we are to Di• with a contented Mind.

    • Sect. 3. Therefore Death is not to be fear'd.

    • Sect. 4. How the Holy Men do deſire, yet fear Death.

    • Sect. 5. An Ill Death follows an Ill Life.

    • Sect. 6. A good Death follows a good Life.

    • Sect. 7. How to recover Time loſt.

    • Sect. 8. A ſhort Life how to be prolong'd:

    • Sect. 9. There is an End of all Things but of Eternity.

    • Sect. 10. The Conſideration of a Dying Man.

    • Sect. 11. Of Dying in a ſtanding Poſture.

    • Sect. 12. Some dead before death.

    • Sect. 13. Of thoſe that have been Buried by themſelves.

    • Sect. 14. Conſiderations upon the Sepulchre.

    • Sect. 15. Nine Wills▪

    • Sect. 16. As we Live, ſo ſhall we Die.

    • Sect. 17. A good Death to be deſired.

    • Sect. 18. Sleep the Brother of Death.

    • Sect. 19. The fore-runners of Death.

    • Sect. •o. What Anſwer is to be given to the Meſſenger of Death.

    • Sect. 21. Death is better than a ſorrowful Life.

    • Sect. 22. The Happineſs of Death.

    • Sect. 23. The Farewel of a dying Perſon to the living which are to go the ſame way.

    • Sect. 24. The laſt Admonitions of Dying People.

    • Sect. 25. Christ is invited.

    • Sect. 26. The dying Man is encouraged.

    • Sect. 27. Faith in the Reſurrection.

    • Sect. 28. The hope of Reſurrection, our greateſt Comfort.

    • Sect. 29. The hope of Heaven.

    • Sect. 30. Sighs to Heaven.

    • Sect. 31. An Abſtract of the Comforts againſt Death.

    • Sect. 32. Against thoſe that Die unwillingly.

    • Sect. 33. Delay is the Rock of dying People.

    • Sect. 34. A ready Mind.

    • Sect. 35. The dying Perſon arms himſelf with Faith, Hope and Charity.

To Faith.

To Hope.

To Charity.

  * Sect. 36. What is always to be in the thought and Mouth of a ſick and dying Chriſtian.

  * Sect 37. Certain Precepts to be particularly obſerved by a dying Perſon.

  * Sect. 38. Refreſhments for a dying Perſon.

  * Sect. 39. The Sighs and Prayers to God proper for a Dying Perſon.

  * Sect. 40. At the Moment of Death.

  * Sect. 41. The true Confidence of a Dying Perſon in God.

  * Sect. 42. The Laſt Words of Dying Perſons.

  * Sect. 46. Let the dying Perſon imitate the Penitent Thief in Golgotha.

  * Sect. 47▪ A Heliotropian Receit againſt all Sickneſs and Death.
  1. THE Fatal Moment.

  2. THE TREATMENT OF OUR Departed Friends AFTER THEIR DEATH In Order to Their Burial.

    _ The Reaſons why we ſhut the Eyes and Mouth of the Dead.

    _ The Reaſons why Dead Bodies are often Kiſſed, Waſhed, Perfumed and Cloathed: Together with the Cuſtoms of ſeveral Nations in the Burial of their Dead.

    _ The manner of Burying the Dead in England, with the Reaſons of the Pomp and Ceremony wherewith the Engliſh carry their Dead to the Grave.

    _ The exact Method that ought to be obſerved in Funeral Proceſſions, for moſt Ranks and Degrees of Men.

  3. THE Funeral Solemnity.

  4. AN ACCOUNT Of the Death and laſt Sayings Of the moſt Eminent Perſons, from the Crucifixion of our Bleſſed Saviour, down to this preſent time.

    _ THE Death of Chriſt and his Apoſtles, &c.

    • The Death of our Lord and Saviour JESUS CHRIST.

    • The Death of St. PETER.

    • The Death of St. PAUL.

    • The Death of St. ANDREW.

    • The Death of St. JAMES.

    • The Death of St. JOHN.

    • The Death of St. PHILIP.

    • The Death of St. BARTHOLOMEW.

    • The Death of St. MATTHEW the Evangeliſt.

    • The Death of St. THOMAS.

    • The Death of St. JAMES.

    • The Death of SIMEON the Zelot.

    • The Death of St. JUDE.

    • The Death of St. MATTHIAS the Apostle.

    • The Death of St. MARK.

    • The Death of St. LUKE.

    _ THE DEATHS OF THE Primitive Fathers.

    • The Death of IGNATIUS.

    • The Death of POLYCARP.

    • The Death of DIONYSIUS AREOPAGITA.

    • The Death of JUSTIN Martyr.

    • The Death of IRENAEUS.

    • The death of TERTULLIAN.

    • The Laſt Sayings of CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS.

    • The Death of ORIGEN.

    • The death of St. CYPRIAN.

    • The Laſt Sayings of ARNOBIUS.

    • The Death of EUSEBIUS.

    • The Death of LACTANTIUS.

    • The Death of ATHANASIUS.

    • The Death of HILARIUS.

    • The Death of CYRILLUS.

    • The Death of EPHREM SYRUS.

    • The Death of BASIL.

    • The Laſt Sayings of GREGORY NAZIENZEN.

    • The Death of EPIPHANIUS.

    • The Death of AMBROSE.

    • The Death of GREGORY NISSEN.

    • The Death of THEODORET.

    • The Death of HIEROM.

    • The Death of CHRYSOSTOM.

    • The Death of AUGUSTIN.

    • The Death of CYKIL of Alexandria.

    • The Death of PETER CHRYSOLOGUS.

    • The Death of PROSPER.

    • The Death of FULGENTIUS.

    • The Death of GREGORY the Great.

    • The Death of ISIDORE.

    • The Death of Venerable BEDE.

    • The Death of JOHN DAMASCENE.

    • The Death of THEOPHILACT.

    • The Death of ANSELM.

    • The Laſt Sayings of NICEPHORUS.

    • The Death of BERNARD.

    • The Death of PETER LOMBARD.

    • The Death of Alexander Hales.

    • The Life of Bonaventure.

    • The Death of Thomas Aquinas.

    • The Death of John Wicklif.

    • The Death of John Huſs.

    • The Death of Hierom of Prague.

    • The Death of Martin Luther.

    • The Death of Zuinglius.

    • The Death of Oecolampadius.

    • The Death of John Frith.

    • The Death of Thomas Bilney.

    • The Death of William Tyndal.

    • Death of Bertholdus Halerus.

    • The Death of Urbanus Regis.

    • The Death of Caraloſtadius.

    • The Death of Capito.

    • The Death of Leo Judae.

    • The Death of George Spaladius.

    • The Death of Myconius.

    • The Death of John Diazius.

    • The Death of Gaſper Cruciger.

    • The Death of Matthias Zellius.

    • The Death of Vitus Theodorus.

    • The Death of Paul Fagius.

    • The Death of Martin Bucer.

    • The Death of Gaſper Hedio.

    • The Death of Oſwald Myconius.

    • The Death of George, Prince of Anhalt.

    • The Death of Juſtus Jonas.

    • The Death of John Rogers.

    • The Death of Laurence Saunders.

    • The Death of John Hooper.

    • The Death of Rowland Taylor.

    • The Death of John Bradford.

    • The Death of Nicholas Ridley.

    • The Death of Hugh Latimer.

    • The Death of John Philpot.

    • The Death of Thomas Cranmer, Arch-Biſhop of Canterbury.

    • The Death of Conrade Pellican.

    • The Death of John Bugenhagius.

    • The Death of Philip Melancthone.

    • The Death of John Laſeus.

    • The Death of Auguſtine Marlorat.

    • The Death of Peter Martyr.

    • The Death of Amſdorfius.

    • The Death of Wolfangus Muſculus.

    • The Death of Hyperius.

    • The Death of John Calvin.

    • The Death of William Farellus.

    • The Death of Vergerius.

    • The Death of Strigelius.

    • The Death of John Brentius.

    • The Death of Peter Viretus.

    • The Death of John Jewel.

    • The Death of Zegedine.

    • The Death of John Knox.

    • The Death of Peter Ramus.

    • The Death of Henry Bullinger.

    • The Death of Edward Deering.

    • The Death of Peter Boquinus.

    • The Death of Abraham Bucholtzer.

    • The Death of Gaſper Olevian.

    • The Death of John Wigandus.

    • The Death of John Fox.

    • The Death of George Sohnius.

    • The Death of James Andreas.

    • The Death of Hierom Zanchius.

    • The Death of Anthony Sadeel.

    • The Death of William Whitaker.

    • The Death of Robert Rollock.

    • The Death of Nicholas Hemingius.

    • The Death of Daniel Toſſanus:

    • The Death of William Perkins.

    • The Death of Francis Junius.

    • The Death of Thomas Holland.

    • The Death of James Granaeus.

    • The Death of Robert Abbat.

    • The Death of John Whitgift.

    • The Death of Theodore Beza.

    • The Death of William Cowper.

    • The Death of Andrew Willet.

    • The Death of David Pareus.

    • The Death of Robert Bolton.

    • The Death of William Whately.

    • The Death of Anthony Wallaeus.

    • The Death of Henry Alting.

    • The Death of Frederick Spanhemius.

    • The Death of Sir John Oldcaſtle.

    • The Death of Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Eſſex.

    • The Death of the Lady Jane Grey.

    • The Death of Sir Philip Sidney.

    • The Death of Galeacius Carracciolus.

    • The Death of Katherine Bretterg.

    • The Death of John Lord Harrington, Baron of Exton.

    • The Death of Phillip de Mornay, Lord of Pleſſis Marley.

    • The Death of John Bruen, of Bruen▪Stapleford, in the County of Cheſter, Eſquire.

    _ The Deaths of the KINGS and QUEENS of England, ſince the Reformation, to this preſent.

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    • The Death of King Edward VI.

    • The Death of Queen Mary.

    • The Death of Queen Elizabeth.

    • The Death of King James, the Firſt.

    • The Death of King Charles, the Firſt.

    • The Death of King Charles, the Second.

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