Tillottson, John. The Works Of the Most Reverend John Tillotson, late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury (volume 2); Containing Two Hundred Sermons and Discourses, On Several Occasions. To which are Annexed, Prayers Composed by him for his own Use. A Discourse to his Servants before the Sacrament. And a Form of Prayer Composed by him, for the Use of King William; Being all that were Printed after his Grace's Decease; now Collected into Two Volumes. London: Ralph Barker | Printed for William Rogers, Timothy Goodwin, Benjamin Tooke, and John Pemberton. John Nicholson, and Jacob Tonson, 1712. 
Paneled calf, sometime neatly rebacked, raised bands, blind tooling, red leather spine label gilt, 12 3/4 inches, new end papers. , viii., 682,  pp. Text very good, block tight, small pencil check marks in the margins. Several leaves misnumbered but the text is complete and continuous. Lacks the portrait. Very good. Full calf.
"Together with Tables to the Whole: One of the Texts Preached upon. Another of the Places of Scripture occasionally Explain'd. A Third, An Alphabetical Table of Matter. Published from the Originals, By Ralph Barker, D. D., Chaplain to His Grace."
This volume contains sermons 105-200, with the Prayers and Tables. The sermons treat with Repentance, Holy Living, Immortality of the Soul, Future Judgement, the Example of Christ, Fruits of the Spirit, the Nature of Faith, &c.
John Tillotson (1630-1694), Anglican archbishop of Canterbury (1691).
"Good sense, sound reasoning, and profound knowledge, characterise his sermons, and they are admired for copiousness of style and ease of composition." - Darling, Cyclopaedia Bibliographica (1854).