Sermons and lessons, ca. 1600.
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 216
REPRODUCTION: Bound volume may not be photocopied due to preservation concerns.
COPYRIGHT: Information on copyright (literary rights) available from repository.
CITATION: Sermons and lessons, MSS 216, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
This bound volume consists of seven hundred and fifty-nine pages containing twenty-one sermons and lessons. The texts are handwritten in ink on paper and address Biblical scriptures. There are numerous Latin and Greek quotations throughout. The identity of the author(s) is unknown, although the tone suggests an English writer with a Protestant affiliation. Page 755 lists the titles, page numbers, and relevant scriptures for each piece.
The binding of the volume is damaged and some items are bound upside-down.
The handwriting is small and extremely difficult to read.