Isaac Ambrose, Puritan divine
Ultima: The Last Things, in Reference to the First and Middle Things: or, Certain Meditations on Life, Death, Judgment, Hell, Right Purgatory and Heaven. Delivered By Isaac Ambrose, Minister of Christ at Preston in Amounderness in Lancashire (London, Printed for Tho. Sawbridge, and Tho. Cockerill, 1688, fol., pp. nos. 271-364). This treatise was (I believe) first published in 1640, as the second of two (the first one being Prima , but it is often cited as dating from 1650, since this is when it first appeared in its final form, as one of three treatises ( Prima, Media & Ultima ).
Redeeming the Time: A Sermon Preached at Preston in Lancashire, January the Fourth, 1567. At the Funeral of the Honourable Lady, the Lady Margaret Houghton. Revised and somewhat Enlarged; and, at the Importunity of some Friends, now Published. By Isaac Ambrose, Preacher of the Gospel at Garstange in the same County (London, Printed for Thomas Sawbridge, and Thomas Cockerill, 1689, fol., pp. nos. 365-378). This was first published together with a 1658 edition of the Prima, Media & Ultima treatises. This revised and enlarged version first came out in 1674.
Doctrine & Directions, but more especially the Practice and Behaviour of
a Man in the act of the New Birth. A Treatise by way of Appendix to the former.
By Isaac Ambrose, Minister of Christ at Preston, in Amounderness in Lancashire.
(London, Printed for Thomas Sawbridge, at the Three Flower-de-luces in
Little-Britain, and Thomas Cockerill at the Three Legs in the Poultret, 1688,
fol., pp. 29-55). By "the former" is meant the treatise Prima , to
which this was originally appended.
These sermons are disbound (evidently salvaged from a complete volume), incomplete (i.e., the Prima and Media treatises are lacking) and in indifferent condition, but I would love to match them up to form a complete set and have them properly bound.