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Preach'd upon

Special Occasions,

By the Late Reverend


Minister of the Gospel.

Being all that were Printed in his Life-time.

Together with

Mr. Pilkington's Recantation of
the Errors of the Romish Church, as'twas
published by Mr. Piggott.

To which is added,

Mr. TIGGOTTs Funeral Sermon,
preach'd by Mr. Joseph Stennett:
Containing some Account of his Life and


Printed by John Darby in Bartholomew-Close,
for Math. Cliff and Dan. Jackson at
the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, and
Jonas Browne at the Black Swan without
Temple-Bar. M.DCC.XIV.

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^table of the Sermons.

I. A Thanksgiving-Sermon, preach'd April 16. 1696. on tx. the Discovery of the Assassination-Plot against King William; from Psal. 144. 10. It is he that giveth Salvation unto Kings i who delivereth David his Servant from the hurtful Sword. Pag. 5.

II. A Funeral Sermon on the Death of Mordecai Abbott Eiq; Preach'd March 17. 1699. from 1 Thejf. 4. 13, 14. But I would not have you to be ignorant, Brethren., concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even at others which have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus, will God bring with him. Pag. 37.

III. A Funeral Sermon on the Death of Mr. William Wilks, preach'd Nov. 26. 1700. from Job 19. 25, 26, 27. For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that he stjall stand at the latter Day upon the Earth. And tho after my Skin, Worms destroy this Body, yet in my Flejb /hall I fee God: Whom I shall fee for my self, and mine Eyes shall behold, and not another; tho my Reins be consumed within me. Pag. 83.

IV. A Funeral Sermon on the Death of King William III. preach'd March 29. 1702. from Pfal. 146. 3, 4. Put not your trust in Princes, nor in the Son of Man, in whom there is no Help. His Breath goeth forth, he returneth to his Earth: in that very Day his Thoughts perish. Pag. 127.

y. A Funeral Sermon on the Death of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Harrison, preach'd Aug. 23.1702. from 1 Tim. 4. 7,$LJhave fought a good Fight, I havefinifl/d my Course^ shave-kept the Faith: Henceforth is laid up for me a Crown of Righteousness, which the Lord the righteous Judg stjall give me at that Day; and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his Appearing. Pag. 159.

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.VI. A Funeral Sermoo. -on the Death of the Reverend Mr. Hercules Collins, preach'd Octob. 9. 1702. from'Mat. 24. 44. Therefore be ye also ready; for in such an Hour a* you think not, the Soft of Man cameth. . Pag.. 205.

VII. A Funeral Sermon on the Death of the Reverend Mr. William Collins, preach'd Novtmb. 15. 1702. from

Job 14. 14- 411 the Days of my appointed stifle -will

I -wait, till my Change come. Pag- 245

VIII. A Sermon on Union and Peace, preach'd to several .Congregations, April 17. 1704. from Rom. 14. 19. Let -us therefore follow after the things which make for Peace, and things wherewith one may edify another. Pag. 289.

IX A Thanksgiving Sermon on 'the Battel of Hochflet, 'preach'd September 7. 1704. from Pfal. 150. 2. Praise him

for his mighty Ails. Pag- 333'

X A Funeral Sermon on the Death of the Reverend Mr. Samuel Ewer, preach'd December 24. 1708. from Eccles. o. S. For the Living know that they shall die.

J Pag- 373

XI. A Funeral Sermon on the Death of Mr. George Stennett, preach'd Septemb. 17. 1709. from Eccles. 11.9. Rejoice, O vouns Man, in thy Youth, and let thy Heart chear thee m

the Days of thy Youth but know, that for all these

things God will bring thee to Judgment. Pag. 425.

An Account of Mr. John Pilkington's Recantation of the Errors of the Romisti Church, as 'twas.pronouncd the -%th o(May 1699. With Mr. Piggott's Charge prefix'd.


A Funeral Sermon on the Death of the Reverend Mr. John

- Piggott, preach'd March 29. 1713. by Joseph Stennett,

from Heb. 4- 9. There remaineth therefore a Reft to the

People of God. Pag. 491.



A Good 2\ing and his People, the special
Care of Heaven.


Preach'd April \6. \6$6.
Being a Day of

*publick Thanksgiving,

For the Discovery and Defeat of the late Detestable Conspiracy against His Majesty's Person, and of a Defign'd Invasion from France.


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