Consolations against the Fears of Death. A SERMON Preach’d on…

Consolations against the Fears of Death. A SERMON Preach’d on Sunday, Nov. 4. 1711.  At St. Peter at Sandwich, in Kent.  To Richard Partridge of Deal.  Condemn’d at the Guildhall at SANDWICH, October 11, 1711. For the murder committed on his son Thomas Partridge, and Executed the 19th of November, 1711, at Sandwich.  With an Account of the said Murder, and his last Dying Speech and Confession.  By Ger, De Gols, Rector of the said parish, and Ordinary of that Court.  Publish’d at the Request of several of the Auditors.  Price 4d. by DE GOLS, Ger[ard].

Consolations against the Fears of Death. A SERMON Preach’d on Sunday, Nov. 4. 1711. At St. Peter at Sandwich, in Kent. To Richard Partridge of Deal. Condemn’d at the Guildhall at SANDWICH, October 11, 1711. For the murder committed on his son Thomas Partridge, and Executed the 19th of November, 1711, at Sandwich. With an Account of the said Murder, and his last Dying Speech and Confession. By Ger, De Gols, Rector of the said parish, and Ordinary of that Court. Publish’d at the Request of several of the Auditors. Price 4d.

J. Baker, at the Black Boy in Pater-noster-Row, 1711. [8], 24 pages. Bound with: The Terrors of God’s Judgements. A SERMON Preach’d at St. Peter’s at Sandwich, On Sunday the 21st of February, 1713. Occasion’d by the late Dreadful Storm of Wind, on Monday the 15th of February, 1713. By Gerard De Gols, Rector. London. R. Smith… and J. Roberts. 1714. Price 4d. 32 pages. Bound with: NEMESIS: or the Divine Justice, vindicated from the Impious Objections of the Libertines of the Age. In Answer to a prophane Pamphlet, Of the Torments of Hell not Eternal. Partly deliver’d in a Sermon, preach’d at St, Peter’s Sandwich, April 24, 1720. By Mr. De_Gols. London. Jacob Silver, Bookseller at Sandwich; and sold by A Bettesworth at the Red Lion in Pater-noster Row. 1720. [4], 35 pages. The three works bound together as one in cloth backed paper-covered boards; paper label to upper board. Book plates; the title of the first work has a small hole in the blank inner margin and is a little browned; the binding is somewhat amateurish; else a very good trio of rare East Kent sermons. ESTC records four copies of the first title in the U.K.; two U.K copies of the second title plus another copy in North America; and three copies of the last title in the U.K. plus another in North America.

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