The Christian mourner comforted: or a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Susanna Tyte, late wife of Mr. Tho. Tyte, sen. of Stalbridg, in the county of Dorset, Octob. 12. 1691. and since enlarged. Wherein is represented, I. What the funeral-practices of the heathens were, and how unworthy of a Christian's imitation. II. The lawfulness of mourning at the Christians funeral. III. In what cases it is justifiable. IV. What those considerations are that tend to moderate the sorrows of surviving Christians for their deceased friends. By John Sprint, the meanest and unworthiest servant of the best and greatest Master
printed by J.D. for Samuel Sprint, at the Bell in Little-Britain,
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