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A serious and pathetical contemplation of the mercies of God

Thomas Traherne

A serious and pathetical contemplation of the mercies of God

in several most devout and sublime thanksgivings for the same

by Thomas Traherne

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Thomas Traherne ; edited by R. Daniells.
SeriesUniversity of Toronto., no. 12
ContributionsDaniells, Roy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3736.T7 A75 1941
The Physical Object
Pagination127 p. ;
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6432220M
LC Control Number42005203
OCLC/WorldCa7729703

A serious and pathetical contemplation of the mercies of God in several most devout and sublime thanksgivings for the same / published by the Reverend Doctor Hicks at . A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God For all the mysteries, engines, instruments, wherewith the world is filled, which we are able to frame and use to thy glory. For all the trades, variety of operations, cities, temples, streets, bridges, mariner's compass, admirable picture, sculpture, writing, printing, songs and.

Vol IV: Church's Yearbook, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of GOD, [Meditations on the Creation] Vol. V: Centuries of Meditations, Select Meditations Vol. VI: Verse: from the Dobell Folio, Poems of Felicity, `The Ceremonial Law'. Thomas Traherne ( or – ca. 27 September ) was an English poet, clergyman, theologian, and religious writer. Little information is known about his life. The intense, scholarly spirituality in his writings has led to his being commemorated by some parts of the Anglican Communion on 10 October (the anniversary of his burial in ) or on September

The Works of Thomas Traherne: Vol IV: Church’s Year Book, Meditations and Devotions from the Resurrection to All Saints’ Day. A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of GOD, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the same. (Meditations on the Six Days of the Creation) Pub: D.S. Brewer, ISBN E+12 Find. A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God, In Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the same (London: Printed for Samuel Keble, ). Meditations on the Creation, in A Collection of Meditations and Devotions, in Three Parts. (London: Published by Nathaniel Spinkes. Printed for D. Midwinter, ).


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A serious and pathetical contemplation of the mercies of God by Thomas Traherne Download PDF EPUB FB2

Also included is the anonymous devotional book that served as the key to the initial identification of Traherne's manuscripts, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of GOD, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the Same, first printed in and commonly referred to as the "Thanksgivings".

Both are works of Price: $ Get this from a library. A serious and pathetical contemplation of the mercies of God: in several most devout and sublime thanksgivings for the same.

[Thomas Traherne; Roy Daniells]. A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God By Thomas Traherne For all the mysteries, engines, instruments, wherewith the world is filled, which we are able to frame and use to thy glory.

Also included is the anonymous devotional book that served as the key to the initial identification of Traherne's manuscripts, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of GOD, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the Same, first printed in.

Also included is the anonymous devotional book that served as the key to the initial identification of Traherne's manuscripts, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of GOD, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the Same, first printed in and commonly referred to as the "Thanksgivings".

Both are works of. The last of the entries in volume 4, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God, can be seen as an extension of the Church’s Year-Book, being prayers and praises written for use by the Church militant, ‘in harmony with and culminating in the Church Triumphant’ (p.

xlvi). Mary’s being confronted with Christ as a. A Serious And Pathetical Contemplation Of The Mercies Of God poem by Thomas all the mysteries engines instruments wherewith the world is filled which we are able to frame and use to thy glory.

For all the trades variety of. PageRatings: Thomas Traherne, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the Same ().

For all the mysteries, engines, instruments, wherewith the world is filled, which we are able to frame and use to thy glory. A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God For all the mysteries, engines, instruments, wherewith the world is filled, which we are able to frame and use to thy glory.

For all the trades, variety of operations, cities, temples, streets, bridges, mariner's compass, admirable picture, sculpture, writing, printing, songs and. Thomas Traherne (/ t r ə ˈ h ɑːr n /; or – c. 27 September ) was an English poet, clergyman, theologian, and religious intense, scholarly spirituality in his writings has led to his being commemorated by some parts of the Anglican Communion on 10 October (the anniversary of his burial in ) or on September The work for which Traherne is best known today Alma mater: Brasenose College, Oxford.

The Salutation By Thomas Traherne. These little limbs, These eyes and hands which here I find, A God, preparing, did this glorious store, The world, for me adorn. Into this Eden so divine and fair, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God.

By Thomas Traherne. Walking. Printed Book Census The Oxford Traherne is undertaking a comprehensive survey of all surviving copies of Thomas Traherne’s early printed works.

Only three of Traherne’s works were printed in the seventeenth century: Roman Forgeries (), Christian Ethicks (), and A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God ().

More important than Aubrey's anecdotes is the "Address to the Reader", written by a friend of Traherne's for the "Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God." This little book, which contains a series of thanksgivings in rhyth- mic prose, was not published till twenty-five years after the death of.

A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God, In Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the same (London: Printed for Samuel Keble, ). Meditations on the Creation, in A Collection of Meditations and Devotions, in Three Parts.

(London: Published by Nathaniel Spinkes. Printed for D. Midwinter, ).Alma mater: Brasenose College, Oxford. The last of the entries in volume 4, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation Contemplation of the Mercies of God, can be seen as an extension of the Church's Year-Book, being prayers and praises written for use by the Church militant, 'in harmony with and culminating in the Church Triumphant' (p.

xlvi). Mary's being confronted with. Also included is the anonymous devotional book that served as the key to the initial identification of Traherne's manuscripts, A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of GOD, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the Same, first printed in and commonly referred to as the 'Thanksgivings'.

Bothare works of. The Complaint: or Night Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality. Young, Edward ( - ) A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God. Dobell detected a similarity between the style of the manuscripts and that of an obscure work called A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God, in Several most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the Same, published in Even then Traherne's name was not on the book's title page: he was identified as the author only in.

Religion in Enlightenment England introduces its readers to a rich array of British Christian texts published between and The anthology documents the arc of Christian writings from the reestablishment of the Church of England to the rise of the Methodist movement in the middle of the eighteenth : Jayne Elizabeth Lewis.

The Contemplation on the Love of God is the concluding meditation of the Spiritual Exercises (Spiritual Exercises, – ). It presents a God who loves without limit and who invites us to make a generous reponse of love in return. The contemplation invites reflection on four themes. Thomas Traherne (), a clergyman of the Church of England during the Restoration, was little known until the early twentieth century, when his poetry and Centuries of Meditations were first printed.

There have been since only miscellaneous publica.Ross, Jan (ed), The Works of Thomas Traherne: Volume IV: Church’s Year Book, Meditations and Devotions from the Resurrection to All Saints’ Day; A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of GOD, in Several Most Devout and Sublime Thanksgivings for the same; (Meditations on the Six Days of the Creation), Cambridge, D.S.

Brewer Traherne, Thomas (c. –), poet and writer, was born within the walls of the city of Hereford, the son of a shoemaker, a master craftsman and freeman of Hereford who kept at least two apprentices, and who was very probably John Traherne (fl. –), of the parish of All g is known of the identity of Traherne's mother, but he had a younger brother, Philip (–