[Sermons], [late 17th century].

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Machin, Stephen, d. 1708. [Sermons], [late 17th century].

[Sermons], [late 17th century].

Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, containing about 13 sermons which address such topics as "God's people," "the divine nature" of God, and Christ's redemption of humankind. Followed by excerpts from 8 hymns by George Herbert, including "Submission," "The Call," "Trinity Sunday," "Comfort in Extremity," "The Curb," and "The Cross."

1 v. (ca. 380 p.) ; 14 x 9 cm.

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