Matrimoniall honour: or, The mutuall crowne and comfort of godly, loyall, and chaste marriage
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Matrimoniall honour: or, The mutuall crowne and comfort of godly, loyall, and chaste marriage Wherein the right way to preserve the honour of marriage unstained, is at large described, urged, and applyed: with resolution of sundry materiall questions concerning this argument. Also an appendix, added to the treatise, describing the just and terrible judgements of God upon all that dare violate the honour or marriage. To which is added an alphabeticall table, very necessary for the readers understanding, to find each severall thing contained in this booke. Set forth for the good of all such as either are to enter, or are already entred into this honourable estate. By D. R. Batch. in Divinity, and minister of the Gospel by D. R.

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Published by printed by Thomas Harper, and part of the impression to be vended for the use and benefit of Edward Minshew gent. in London .
Written in English

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  • Marriage -- Early works to 1800

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Other titlesMatrimoniall honour, Mutuall crowne and comfort of godly, loyall, and chaste marriage, Matrimoniall honour: or, A treatise of marriage
GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2001:7
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[16], 374 [i.e. 384], p. 377, 386-387, [17] p
Number of Pages387
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15420616M

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  Rogers, Daniel () (DNB00) From Wikisource. 'Matrimoniall Honour, or the mutuall crowne and comfort of godly, loyall, and chaste marriage,' London, , 4to. 5. 'Naaman the Syrian, his Disease and Cure,' London, , fol.; Rogers's longest work, consisting of pages folio.  , A godlie forme of hovseholde gouernment: for the ordering of private families, according to the direction of God's word (London, ), 95; Gataker, T., Marriage dvties briefely couched togither; ovt of Colossians, 3. 18, 19 (London, ), 22; Rogers, D., Matrimoniall honour: or the mutuall crowne and comfort of godly, loyall and chaste Cited by: Adultery is discussed in A modest apology for the prevailing practice of adultery, and in Matrimoniall honour: or, the mutuall crowne and comfort of godly, loyall and chaste marriage,   C. F. S. ROGERS, Sir EDWARD (?–?), comptroller of Queen Elizabeth's household, born about , was son of George Rogers of Lopit, Devonshire, by Elizabeth, his wife. The family of Rogers in the west of England was influential, and benefited largely by the dissolution of the monasteries. Edward Rogers was an esquire of the body to Henry VIII, and .