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A christian familiar comfort and incouragement vnto all English subiects, not to dismaie at the Spanish threats. Whereunto is added an admonition to all English Papists, who openly or couertly couet a change. With requisite praiers to almightie God for the preseruation of our queene and countrie. By the most vnworthie I.N. (London : [By T. Scarlet and J. Orwin] for J. B[rome], 1596)
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An eye to heauen in earth. A necessarie watch for the time of death, consisting in meditations and prayers fit for that purpose. With the husbands christian counsell to his wife and children, left poore after his death. (London : W. Stansby for Richard Meighen, and are to be sold at his shop at Saint Clements Church ouer against Essex house, and at Westminster Hall, 1619)
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The fathers legacie. VVith precepts morall, and prayers diuine: fitted for all sorts, both yong and old, times and seasons: morning, noone, and night. (London : [by M. Flesher] for Iohn Marriot, in Saint Dunstans Church-yard in Fleetstreet, 1625)
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A godlie mans guide to happinesse. A manuell of necessary motiues, holy meditations, and godly prayers, to stirre vp the hearts of men vnapt to pray. To the great comfort of all, that with due and holy attention will practise this most godly and Christian dutie.Written for his owne, and published for the comfort of them that long for trv[e] happinesse. by I.N. (London : A[ugustine] M[athews] for Iohn Marriot, and are to bee sold at his Shop in Saint Dunstons Churchyard in Fleetstreet, 1624)
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A good companion for a Christian directing him in the way to God, being meditiations and prayers for euery day in the weeke; and graces before and after meate. (London : G. P[urslowe] for Richard Collins, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Three Kings, 1632)
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The imitation of Dauid his godly and constant resolution in bearing all his trialls, troubles and afflictions being a king whose example of faith, patience, hope, obedience and deliueries, thankfulnesse and prayer, is left euen for princes, potentates, and all true Christians to imitate. Collected by way of meditations and prayers out of the 27. Psalme. By I.N. (London : Iohn Haviland, for Richard Whittakers and George Latham, 1624)
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The labyrinth of mans life. Or Vertues delight and enuies opposite. By Io: Norden. (London : [By George Eld], for Iohn Budge, and are to be solde at the great south doore of Paules, and at Brittaines Bursse, 1614)
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A load-starre to spirituall life. Or, a Christian familiar motiue to the most sweet and heauenly exercise of diuine prayer. With prayers for morning and euening. Written to stir vp all men to watchfulnesse and reformation of their carnall and corrupt liues. By I. Norden. (London : William Stansby, 1614)
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A mirror for the multitude, or Glasse. Wherein maie be seene, the violence, the error, the weaknesse, and rash consent, of the multitude, and the daungerous resolution of such, as without regard of the truth, endeaour to sinne and ioyne themselues with the multitude: with a necessary conclusion, that it is not the name, or title of a protestant, christian, or catholicke, but the true imitation of Christ, that maketh a Christian. By I.N. (At London : Iohn Windet, 1586)
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The mirror of honor wherein euerie professor of armes, from the generall, chieftaines and high commanders, to the priuate officer and inferiour souldier, may see the necessitie of the feare and seruice of God, and the vse of all diuine vertues, both in commanding and obeying, practising and proceeding in the most honorable affayres of warre. A treatise most necessarie ... (London : widowe Orwin for Thomas Man, 1597)
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A pathvvay to patience in all manner of crosses, tryals, troubles, and afflictions: inwardly for sinne, or outwardly by sicknesse, pouerty, enemies, imprisonment, banishment, slaunders, disobedience of children, houshold-crosses betweene man and wife, &c. With necessary prayers for euerie of them; as also for diuers other necessarie purposes. By I.N. (At London : E. A[llde] for T. Harper, 1626)
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A pensiue mans practise. Very profitable for all personnes, wherein are conteyned verie deuout and necessary prayers for sundry godlie purposes. VVith requisite perswasions before euery prayer. VVritten by Iohn Norden. (At London : Hugh Singleton, 1584)
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A pensiue soules delight. Or, The deuout mans helpe. Consisting of motiues, meditations and prayers, for all persons and purposes, vpon what occasion so euer, either priuate or publike. By Iohn Norden. (London : Will. Stansby, for Iohn Busby, and are to be sold at his shop in S. Dunstanes Churchyard in Fleetstreete, 1615)
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A pensiue soules delight. The contents whereof, is shewen in these verses following. I. The pensiue soule recounteth in this place, Elizaes troubles, and Elizaes grace. 2. Here are expressed the stratagems of foes, Elizaes conquests, and their falls that rose. 3. Here is set forth Elizaes lenitie, and locust-Catholickes superbitie. By Iohn Norden. (London : T[homas] C[reede] for William Lugger, and are to be sold at the signe of the blinde Knight, ouer against S. Andrewes Church in Holborne, 1603)
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A poore mans rest founded vpon motiues, meditations, and prayers. Expressing to the inward man, true consolation. In all kindes and times of afflication. By Io. Norden. (London : [by T. Snodham] for Iohn Budge, and are to be sold at the signe of the Greene-Dragon in Pauls church-yard, 1620)
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A prayer for the prosperous proceedings and good successe of the Earle of Essex and his companies in their present expedition in Ireland against Tyrone and his adherents, rebels there. Fit to be vsed of all loyall subiects, as well in that countrie, as in England. By Iohn Norden. (London : Edward Allde, 1599)
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A progress of piety, whose jesses lead into the harbour of heavenly heart's ease (Cambridge Univertity Press, 1847)
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A progresse of pietie. Or the harbour of heauenly harts ease to recreate the afflicted soules of all such as are shut vp in anye inward or outward affliction. By Iohn Norden. (London : I. Windet for I. Oxenbridge, and are to be soulde in Paules Church-yarde at the signe of the Parrot, 1596)
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A sinfull mans solace most sweete and comfortable, for the sicke and sorowful soule: contriued, into seuen seuerall daies conference, betweene Christ and a carelesse sinner. Wherin, euerie man, from the highest, to the lowest: from the richest, to the poorest: and aboue all, the sorowfull sinner: maye take such sweet repaste of resolution, to amendment of lyfe, and confirmation of fayth: that (in respect of the heauenlie solace, therin faithfully remembered:) all the pompes and pleasures of this wicked worlde, shall be plainely perceiued to be meere miserie. Writcen [sic], by Iohn Norden. (London : Richard Iones, 1585)
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