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The Resource Navigation spiritualized; or A new compass for sea-men, : consisting of XXXII points. Of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, 1. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. 2. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. 3. The art of preserving the fruits of the lips. 4. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. 5. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desired reformation from the horrible and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. [Four lines of Scripture texts] By John Flavel, Minister of the Gospel, (electronic resource)

Navigation spiritualized; or A new compass for sea-men, : consisting of XXXII points. Of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, 1. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. 2. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. 3. The art of preserving the fruits of the lips. 4. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. 5. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desired reformation from the horrible and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. [Four lines of Scripture texts] By John Flavel, Minister of the Gospel, (electronic resource)

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Navigation spiritualized; or A new compass for sea-men, : consisting of XXXII points. Of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, 1. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. 2. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. 3. The art of preserving the fruits of the lips. 4. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. 5. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desired reformation from the horrible and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. [Four lines of Scripture texts] By John Flavel, Minister of the Gospel
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Navigation spiritualized; or A new compass for sea-men,
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consisting of XXXII points. Of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, 1. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. 2. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. 3. The art of preserving the fruits of the lips. 4. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. 5. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desired reformation from the horrible and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. [Four lines of Scripture texts] By John Flavel, Minister of the Gospel
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  • 2742
  • 2633
  • W19452
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  • Evans
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1630?-1691
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Flavel, John
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  • 1679-1738
  • 1630?-1691
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  • T. M
  • T. M
  • Boone, Nicholas
  • Flavel, John
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Navigation spiritualized; or A new compass for sea-men, : consisting of XXXII points. Of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, 1. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. 2. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. 3. The art of preserving the fruits of the lips. 4. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. 5. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desired reformation from the horrible and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. [Four lines of Scripture texts] By John Flavel, Minister of the Gospel, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Caption title: A new compass for sea-men; or Navigation spiritualized
  • The frontispiece is a diagram of the sea of life
  • "To every sea-man sailing heavenward."--p. vi-xvii, signed: T.M
  • "A pathetical and serious disswasive from the horrid and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Applied by way of caution to sea-men, and now added as an appendix to their New compass. By John Flavel .."--p. [131]-220, with separate title page, dated 1725
  • Errors in paging: p.205 misnumbered 250
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
  • Signatures: A-K1 L4(-L4) (A1 recto, L3 verso blank)
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ESTCW19452
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120
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[4],xvii,[1],220,[4]p.
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electronic
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Navigation spiritualized; or A new compass for sea-men, : consisting of XXXII points. Of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, 1. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. 2. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. 3. The art of preserving the fruits of the lips. 4. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. 5. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desired reformation from the horrible and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. [Four lines of Scripture texts] By John Flavel, Minister of the Gospel, (electronic resource)
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Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Caption title: A new compass for sea-men; or Navigation spiritualized
  • The frontispiece is a diagram of the sea of life
  • "To every sea-man sailing heavenward."--p. vi-xvii, signed: T.M
  • "A pathetical and serious disswasive from the horrid and detestable sins of drunkenness, swearing uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Applied by way of caution to sea-men, and now added as an appendix to their New compass. By John Flavel .."--p. [131]-220, with separate title page, dated 1725
  • Errors in paging: p.205 misnumbered 250
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
  • Signatures: A-K1 L4(-L4) (A1 recto, L3 verso blank)
Control code
ESTCW19452
Dimensions
120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],xvii,[1],220,[4]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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