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The allegeance of the cleargie A sermon preached, at the meeting of the whole clergie of the dyocesse of Rochester, to take the Oath of allegeance to his most excellent Maiestie, at Greenewich, Nouem. 2 1610. By Samuel Page, Doctor in Diuinitie. (London : Nicholas Okes for Simon Waterson, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the Crowne, 1616)
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The broken heart: or, Davids penance fully exprest in holy meditations upon the 51 Psalme, by that late reverend pastor Sam. Page, Doctour in Divinity, and vicar of Deptford Strond, in the countie of Kent. Published since his death, by Nathanael Snape of Grayes Inne, Esquire. (London : Thomas Harper, 1637)
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Davids broken heart, or, An exposition vpon the whole fifty one psalme (London : T.H., 1645)
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God be thanked A sermon of thanksgiuing for the happy successe of the English fleetes, sent forth by the honourable company of aduenturers to the East Indies. Preached to the honourable gouernors and committees, and the whole company, of their good ship, the Hope Marchant happily returened: at Deptford on Maundy Thursday last being the 29th of March. 1616. Hereunto are added sundry necessary and vseful formes of prayer and thankes-giuing for the helpe of all such as trauell by sea, fitted to their seruerall occasions. By Samuel Page Dr. in Diuinitie. (London : Nicholas Okes for Simon Waterson, and are to bee sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the Crowne, 1616)
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A godly learned exposition, together with apt and profitable notes on the Lords prayer written by the late reuerend orthodoxe diuine, and faithfull seruant of Iesus Christ, Samuel Page ... ; published since his death, by Nathaniel Snape, of Grayes Inne, Esquire. (London : Thomas Harper, 1631)
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Nine sermons vpon sun[drie] texts of scripture first, The allegeance of the cleargie, The supper of the Lord, secondly, The Cape of Good Hope deliuered in fiue sermons, for the vse and b[ene]fite of marchants and marriners, thirdly, The remedie of d[r]ought, A thankes-giuing for raine (London : Nicholas Okes for Sim[on Wat]erson dwell[ing in] Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the crowne, 1616)
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A sermon, preached at the funerall of that most honorable and worthie knight S. Richard Leueson vice-admirall of England: who dyed at London the 2. of August, and was interred at VVooluer Hampton in the countie of Stafford, the 2. day of September following. Anno Domi. 1605. By Samuel Page, Batchelour in Diuinitie, and vicar of Deptford in Kent. (London : William White, dwelling in Cow-lane neere Holborne Conduit, 1605)
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