A soveraign remedy for all kindes of grief: or An approved way for the quieting of the soul in the greatest afflictions. Opened and applyed in a sermon at the funeral of Mr. John Langham the eldest son of James Langham Esq. a child of five years and a half old, who dyed at Cottesbrook July 29. 1657. With a narrative of sundry remarkable passages concerning him, before and in the time of his sickness.
printed by S.G. for John Baker, at the sign of the Peacock in Pauls Church-Yard, 1657.
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