A help for the poor who are visited with the plague: to be communicated to…
A help for the poor who are visited with the plague: to be communicated to them by the rich, or, by any pious Christian, whose bowels of compassion are moved towards them, in the apprehension of their comfortless condition, and the great danger of their dying in their sins. Consisting of two parts. The first, shewing them their duty and concernment in this condition. The second, exhibiting certain forms of meditation, prayer and praise, suited to the beginning, continuance and issue of their visitation. Both composed out of compassion to the poor, who in this contagious sickness want the benefit of a spiritual physician (a wise and able minister to instruct them, and pray with them:) and designed to be a help and means to save their souls: ... By Thomas Willes, late minister of Shadwell.
London : printed for Peter Parker in Popes-head-Alley, 1666.