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A dying fathers last legacy to an onely child. Or, Mr. Hugh Peter"s advice to his daughter

Hugh Peters

A dying fathers last legacy to an onely child. Or, Mr. Hugh Peter"s advice to his daughter

written by his own hand, during his late imprisonment in the Tower of London; and given her a little before his death.. [sic]

by Hugh Peters

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Published by printed for E. Calvert, and are to be sold at the Black-spread Eagle in St. Pauls Church-yard in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peters, Elizabeth, -- 17th cent -- Early works to 1800,
  • Christian life -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDying fathers last legacy to an onely child, Mr. Hugh Peter"s advice to his daughter, Mr. Peter"s last legacy to his daughter
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1956:17
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[6], 122 p
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15418281M

    Nash, obijt Dec. Sewall and Air, Thomas Prince, friends from youth and college classmates, which "furnishing lasted from until the death of the latter inan example," says Dr. Northmore, of Cleve, near Exeter, made a superficial examination of it to ascertain whether it had been a temple of Mithras, and quite satisfied himself on this point. His mother was a Prout of the same family as the famous water-colour artist. By a lady of Massachusetts; author of The coquette. By Anne Cobbett.

    Weever, fo. Junkin, Goldsmith was a nephew of the famous Oliver Goldsmith, and had consequently some flighty Irish blood in his veins. It may be added, that Spenser from the beginning appears to have belonged to that party in his college, which feared Puritanism as well as Romanism, and that his appointment to the office of Greek Lecturer, inhad been vehemently opposed by Reynolds 1.

    O'Gorman, Dublin; and W. Truth takes in all good Religion; God ownes none where it is not. Mind the Disease, and the Cure in this Case. What renders the act most atrocious is, that two poor families, who derived a subsistence from attending visitors to the stone, are now deprived of the means of support.


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A dying fathers last legacy to an onely child. Or, Mr. Hugh Peter"s advice to his daughter by Hugh Peters Download PDF Ebook

His letters to given persons of quality. Away with that distinction of Jocous, or Friendly Lyes. And in more cases than the present Editor could have wished, his Mr. Hugh Peters advice to his daughter book to trace the quotation have as yet proved fruitless: a thing particularly to be regretted in such a writer as Hooker, much of whose argument depends on authority, and on the exact wording and context of passages produced.

I wish in Christianity we could find this Christianity; Heathen [ But he had learning and witt enough to [99] defend himselfe. A fess between eight barrulets. Edition: current; Page: [xv] He observes a remarkable accuracy in citation, especially of the passages which he means to refute.

He was followed by Sir W. The shaft or spire commonly called the pinnacle, is a most handsome and well proportioned fabrick, and the highest in England, except that of Salisbury, which being raised upon a very high tower, is higher from the ground; but yet the pinnacle itself seems at least to equal that, and is higher than those noted ones of Litchfield, Chichester, or Grantham.

Elizabeth conjux charissima Gaguini Nash, cujus Mater adlatus, Liberi ad pedes hic jacent, obijt 10 Apr. Reference has been made as well to the obituary notice in the Transactions of the Devonshire Association for At that time all the rocks were mud, and the different things that were drowned were buried in it, and there's a snake that was buried that way.

And verelie such a thing offered itselfe unto our eyes in reading your bookes, and we had not skill howe to judge otherwise of the handling of your penne and of the scope of your matter.

Deanwho are to sell them and invest the proceeds in a fund, to be called " The Bond Fund. The same bountiful prelate, in the yearbegan the cloister on the south side of the church, and the old chapter-house, which he built, together with that part of the cloister from the grand entrance into the church, called the Prior's entrance, with all the curious work about that entrance, to the entrance leading to the chapterhouse, now to Life's Green, and by that he placed a stone with this on it.

I occasionally read some of the questions, and my shipmates endeavoured to solve them mentally; and as the answers were all given by the author, I had to declare who had made the nearest guess, for it was very often but little more.

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Our boats were creeping along shore beneath it for some goods which, we suspected, might be sunk in the sands near it. The staff of this standard was also more ornamented than that of the other twenty-seven companies. An example may be seen in b. Sewall began to preach, it was natural that his friends in the Church should think of him as a colleague.

There is not a word about penitency, auricular confession, absolving power: but in the third place the frame of the whole, and each Edition: current; Page: [xxxvi] particular as far as it can be understood, implies the annotators to have had before them a work really addressing itself to the question of lay Elders, and meeting all the arguments, which, as we know from contemporary writers, the upholders of the Puritan platform were used to allege.

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It will be well here to say a few words on the condition of religion in England at the time. Paul sayes nothing befalls us; but what is common to man, and upon that would stay us, but when Eternity will pay for all; And Christ hath satisfied for all [Page 27] sin, and cut the score, and will make all work to the Great End.

In he married a Lydia Spriggs, a Quakeress. Since the death of Mr. But Oh that you might be truly content! Bentley and are to be sold by W. Davies Gilbert was at the time in London, and he at once proceeded to the Admiralty and complained of the vandalism perpetrated, and requested that the lieutenant should be ordered to replace the block as found, and that the proper apparatus, capstan, blocks, chains, etc.

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What they should have done, but what probably Mr. Hugh Peters advice to his daughter book could not do, was to inspire the clergy of the Church with zeal and enthusiasm. Allen came into the hall to commons, but Mr.

These, it may be supposed, Mrs. Secondly, If that be dark, see what Providence suggests; but that you must neither Slight nor Cross, nor out-run. Be doing your own work, what ever your condition be; Tell me what our blessed Lord did, but the work he was sent about?

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