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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Samuel Annesley 1620?-1696




















Samuel Annesley (c. 1620 – 1696) was a prominent Puritan and nonconformist pastor, best known for the sermons he collected as the series of Morning Exercises.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Annesley

https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Annesley,_Samuel_%28DNB00%29

Dictionary of National Biography, Errata (1904), p.7
N.B.— f.e. stands for from end and l.l. for last line
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http://www.puritan-books.org/annesley-samuel-1620-96/samuel-annesley

THE MORNING-EXERCISE AT CRIPPLEGATE: OR, SEVERAL CASES OF CONSCIENCE PRACTICALLY RESOLVED, BY SUNDRY MINISTERS, SEPTEMBER 1661 - 1664
Sermon 1 - How may we be universally and exactly conscientious? (Acts 24:16) (page 1)

A SUPPLEMENT TO THE MORNING-EXERCISE AT CRIPPLEGATE: ON, SEVERAL MORE CASES OF CONSCIENCE PRACTICALLY RESOLVED BY SUNDRY MINNISTERS - 1674
Sermon 1 - Question. How may we attain to love God with all our hearts, souls, and minds? (Matthew 22:37, 38) (page 1)

A CONTINUATION OF MORNING-EXERCISE QUESTIONS AND CASES OF CONSCIENCE, PRACTICALLY RESOLVED BY SUNDRY MINISTERS, IN OCTOBER, 1682 (1683)
Sermon  1- Question. How is the adherent vanity of every condition most effectually abated by serious godliness? (Ecclesiastes 6:11, 12) (page 1)


THE MORNING EXERCISES AT CRIPPLEGATE, ST. GILES IN THE FIELDS, AND IN SOUTHWARK: BEING DIVERSE SERMONS PREACHED A.D. MDCLIX-MDCLXXXIX BY SEVERAL MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL IN OR NEAR LONDON,VOLUME IV - 1844
CASUISTICAL MORNING EXERCIESE. [AT CRIPPLEGATE.] THE FOURTH VOLUME. BY SEVERAL MINISTERS IN AND ABOUT LONDON. PREACHED IN OCTOBER MDCLXXXIX
Sermon 1 - How may we give Christ a satisfying account, why we attend upon the ministry of the word? (Matthew 11:9) (page 173)

THE MORNING EXERCISES AT CRIPPLEGATE, ST. GILES IN THE FIELDS, AND IN SOUTHWARK: BEING DIVERSE SERMONS PREACHED A.D. MDCLIX-MDCLXXXIX BY SEVERAL MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL IN OR NEAR LONDON,VOLUME VI - 1845
 THE MORNING EXERCISE AGAINST POPERY. (CONTINUED.)
Sermon 18 (19) - The pope and his clergy, by false, presumptuous pardons and indulgences, have heinously injured Christ, the church, and souls of men. (Hebrews 10:14) (page 313)

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