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Henry Smith (c.1560-1591)
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[The examination of vsury in two sermons.] (London : R. Field for T. Man, 1591)
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[The magistrates scripture.] (London : R. Field for W. Kearney, 1591)
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Aeternum evangelium ... (Oppenheim, 1614)
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Aeternum Evangelium Sive Christianae veritatis vindiciae et triumphus ... opus planenovum ... in choatum ab Henrico Smitho ... auctum ... et Latine redditum à Thoma Drao ..., trans. Thomas Draxe (Oppenhemii, 1645)
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The affinitie of the faithfull being a verie godlie and fruitfull sermon, made vpon part of the eight chapter of the Gospel of Saint Luke. By Henrie Smith. (At London : VVilliam Hoskins [, John Danter,] and Henrie Chettle, for Nicholas Ling, and Iohn Busbie, 1591)
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The benefit of contentation Taken by characterie and examined after. (London : Roger Ward, for Iohn Proctor, and are to be solde at his shop vppon Holborne bridge, 1590)
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The Christians sacrifice Seene, and allowed. (London : Thomas Orwin, for Thomas Man, 1589)
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The fall of King Nabuchadnezzer Dan.4.28.29.30. By Henrie Smith. ([London?] : Thomas Scarlet, 1591)
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The first sermon of Noahs drunkennes A glasse wherein all drunkards may behold their beastliness. Noah also began to be an husbandman and planted a vineyard, and he dranke of the wine and was drunken, and was vncouered in the middest of his tent. Gen. 9.20. Henry Smith. (London : [E. Allde? for] William Kearney dwelling within Creeple-gate, 1591)
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Foure sermons preached by Master Henry Smith. And published by a more perfect copie then heretofore (At London : P. S[hort] for Cutbert Burby [and William Leake], 1599)
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A fruitfull sermon vpon part of the 5. chapter of the first epistle of Saint Paule to the Thessalonians. By Henry Smith, which sermon being taken by characterie, is now published for the benefite of the faithfull (At London : [by W. Hoskins, H. Chettle, and J. Danter] for the widdowe Broome, 1591)
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Gods arrovve against atheists. By Henrie Smith (London : Iohn Danter, and are to be sold by William Barley at his shop in Gratious-streete ouer against Leaden-Hall, 1593)
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Gods Arrow Against Atheists (London : F. K. for Thomas Pauier, 1617)
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Iacobs ladder, or The high way to heauen Being the last sermon that Master Henry Smith made. And now published, not (as many forged things haue beene in his name) to deceiue the Christian reader, but to instruct and prepare him with oyle in his lampe, ioyfully to meete the Lord Iesus in his second comming. (At London : widdow Orwin, for Thomas Man, 1595)
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Ionah the messenger of Ninevehs repentance Set forth in his calling, rebellion, and punishment. By H.S. (London : G. M[iller] for G. E[dwards] and are to be sold at the Grey-hound in Pauls Church-yard, 1637)
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The lavviers question The answere to the lawiers question. The censure of Christ vpon the answere. By Henry Smith. (London : Printed [by J. Danter] for Thomas Gosson : and are to be sold at his shop by London Bridge Gate, 1595)
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The poore mans teares opened in a sermon (London : Iohn Wolfe, & are to be sold by William Wright, 1592)
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The preachers proclamacion Discoursing the vanity of all earthly things, and proouing that there is no contentation to a Christian minde, but onely in the feare of God. Henry Smith. (London : By[E. Allde? for] William Kearney dwelling within Creeple-gate, 1591)
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A preparatiue to mariage The summe whereof was spoken at a contract, and inlarged after. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of the Lords Supper, and another of vsurie. By Henrie Smith. (London : Thomas Orwin for Thomas Man, dwelling in Paternoster row at the signe of the Talbot, 1591)
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A preparative to mariage. The summe whereof was spoken at a contract and inlarged after. Whereunto is annexed a Treatise of the Lords Supper (in two sermons) and another (in two sermons) of usurie, vol. 3 (London : T. Orwin, for T. Man, 1591)
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