Sensuality dissected; or, the epicure’s motto opened, censured, improved
Sensuality dissected; or, the epicure’s motto opened, censured, improved: in a sermon preached to divers citizens of London, born in the County of Kent, and to other noble persons and gentlemen of that county, upon their solemn meeting in Paul’s Church, on the 9. of June 1657. By Tho. Case, M.A. and rector of S. Giles in the Fields. Whereunto is annexed a declaration of the trustees, who receive and destribute the subscriptions and contributions of worty benefactors, for the maintaining of poor mens sons (born in that county) at the university.