|Statement||by William Gouge.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Miller, George, d. 1646, printer., Brewster, Edward, d. 1647, bookseller., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BJ1241 .G6 1634|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 704,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||704|
|LC Control Number||21002993|
Really a first-rate book. My (now) wife and I went through this book when we were courting and it provided a perfect means of bringing up subjects and discussing it, because Gouge doesn't skip over anything! The first section is entirely an exposition of the passage in Ephesians regarding the household. Then there is a section on mutual duties /5(4). William Gouge (–) was an English clergyman and author. He was a minister and preacher at St. Ann Blackfriars for 45 years, from , and a member of the Westminster Assembly from He was born in Stratford-le-Bow, Middlesex, and baptised on 6 November This is a reprint (not facsimile) of the edition. Author. William Gouge () was born in Stratford-Bow Middlesex County, England. Educated in Paul's School, London, Felstad in . Of domesticall duties by William Gouge, , Printed by George Miller for Edward Brewster edition, in English - The third edition, whereunto are added patterns of prayer for the severall members of a family, gathered out of the severall treatises Pages:
Of Domesticall Duties: The Book The first Treatise. AN EXPOSITION OF THAT PART OF SCRIPTURE out of which Domesticall Duties are raised. §. 1. Of the Apostles transition from general duties to particulars. §. 2. Of joining service to men with our praising of . OF DOMESTICAL DUTIES The Classic Puritan Treatise on the Christian Family William Gouge THIS IS THE COMPLETE, UNABRIDGED EDITION. "We are grateful for this new reprint of Gouge's classic on family living titled, Of Domesticall Duties (), last printed by Walter Johnson in facsimile in Duties of Masters If you are interested in family matters it is not likely that you will find a better or more thoroughly Scriptural book on this topic! Over pages. It was also seen as the backbone of society. It was believed to be an institution essential for the preservation of law and order, and was seen as a microcosm of society at large. William Gouge, the famous 'conduct book' writer, wrote in his Of Domesticall Duties () " a family is a little Church and a little commonwealth."(1).
Common mutual duties betwixt man and wife --III. Particular duties of wives --IV. Particular duties of husbands --V. Duties of children --VI. Duties of parents --VII. Duties of servants --VIII. Duties of masters. Series Title: English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile, no. Other Titles: Of domesticall dvties. Metadata Details; Item Type: Book: Title: Of Domesticall Dvties: Eight Treatises: Short Title: Of Domesticall Duties: Place of Publication: London: Publisher. William Gouge, Of domestical duties Text from: the third, revised, edition, (first published in ). The epistle dedicatory To the right honourable, right worshipful, and other my beloved parishioners, inhabitants of the precinct of Blackfriars, London, such sufficiency of grace as may bring them to . Print book: English. London: Printed by Iohn Beale 7. The workes of William Gouge: in two volumes: the first, domesticall duties, the second, the whole armour of .