The dying man's last sermon. Or The Fathers last blessing 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, then with ink and paper.
printed for W. Thacke[ray], P[hi]l. B[rooksby], John Williamson, and J. Ho[se],
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