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Funeral rites and ceremonies -- Early works to 1800
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An account of the solemn funeral and interrment of the right honourable the Countess of Arran as it was lately sent in a letter or narrative from Dublin. Bearing date, Aug. 21. 1668

[London] : In the Savoy: printed by Tho. Newcombe, 1668
1668
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The blame of kirk-buriall, tending to persvvade cemiteriall ciuilitie First preached, then penned, and now at last propyned to the Lords inheritance in the Presbyterie of Lanerk, by M. William Birnie the Lord his minister in that ilk, as a pledge of his zeale, and care of that reformation
Birnie, William, 1563-1619
Edinburgh : Printed by Robert Charteris printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, 1606
1606
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Rites of funeral, ancient and modern, in use through the known world.
Muret, Pierre, ca. 1630-ca. 1690
London : Printed, and to be sold by John Whitlock near Stationers-Hall, 1695
1695
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The children of Abrahams faith who are blessed, being found in Abraham's practise of burying their dead in their own purchased burying places, are not to be reproved: but therein are justified in the sight of God, and the practice of holy men in former ages
Gawler, Francis
[London : s.n.], Printed in the year 1663
1663
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The Christian mourner comforted: or a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Susanna Tyte, late wife of Mr. Tho. Tyte, sen. of Stalbridg, in the county of Dorset, Octob. 12. 1691. and since enlarged. Wherein is represented, I. What the funeral-practices of the heathens were, and how unworthy of a Christian's imitation. II. The lawfulness of mourning at the Christians funeral. III. In what cases it is justifiable. IV. What those considerations are that tend to moderate the sorrows of surviving Ch
Sprint, John
London : printed by J.D. for Samuel Sprint, at the Bell in Little-Britain, 1692
1692
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A description of the funeral solemnities, performed in the church of Nostre-Dame, at Paris: to honour the memory of his excellency the Lord Henry de la Tour D'Avergne Vicount Turenne Colonel General of the light horse, and Marshall General of the Field and armies of Lewis the XIV of France. Wherein are represented the most remarkable passages of his life. Done into English out of French, by a gentleman that sometimes had the honour to serve under his command
Morel, Claude, 17th cent
London : [s.n.], printed in the year MDCLXXV. [1675]
1675
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The Form of the proceeding to the funeral of Lieutenant General Ingoldsby, from his late dwelling house to Christ-Church, on Saturday the 9th of February, 1711/12. To begin at one a clock, if the weather is fair

Dublin : Printed by Francis Dickson on Cork-Hill, 1711-12
1711-
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The Grand solemnity of the taylor's funeral, &c. Who lay nine days in state on his own garret shop-board, together with his last will. This Taylor in his life time desired, ...

[Edinburgh] : Entered according to order, [1780?]
1780?
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Hydriotaphia, urne-buriall, or, a discourse of the sepulchrall urnes lately found in Norfolk. Together with the garden of Cyrus, or the quincunciall, lozenge, or net-work plantations of the ancients, artificially, naturally, mystically considered. With sundry observations.
Browne, Thomas, Sir, 1605-1682
London, : Printed for Hen. Brome at the signe of the Gun in Ivy-lane., 1658
1658
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