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Adversity more beneficial than Pros- Age, its advantages enumerated. Tij. 184
perity

No. 6. vi. 26 Agent, God an ompipotent one, in
Adverlisements to the Reader, by the giving peace ....

V. 201
Author ... ...V. 354. viii. 497. ix. 22, 23 Ague, quartan, Meditation on .... ri. 221
Arius, the heretic, the only primi- Ahab, his repentance ......

13
tive opposer of Episcopacy. ix. 594, 662 Ahaziah, enquires of Baal-zebub, God

a vindication of those Fathers, of Ekron, in his sickness
who, it is pretended, second his

God's message to him ii. 21
opinions on Episcopacy

ix. 595

fire from heaven consumes
Affectation a great enemy...No. 86. vi. 21 his Messengers ....

.................... ii. 92
Affection, its blindness

i, 219
his death

ii. 95
Saints on earth united there- Allegiance, Oath of, Epistle on the
in .......

viii. 242 just sufferings of those who refused
Affections deceitful

v. 136

it, and on the Increase of Popery.
heavenly, to be simple;

vii. 205
earthly, to be compounded. No: 94. Allurement, Ten of Satan's Tempta.

vi. 44 tions, of this nature, repelled .. vii. 399
then only safe and right, Almighty, his sure protection, a com-
when they are deduced from God. fort under public calamities viii. 147
No. 2. vi. 246 Amalek, the sin of

i. SOS
to be well ordered....... vii. 14 Ambition steels the beart.

i. 204
well employed become Vir-

hath no bounds .... ii. 160
tues

vii. 335

the torment of it. No. 95. vi. 99
to compose them towards unity Ambitious, The, Character of .... vü. il
and peace, however our judgments

Man his OWD Enemy.
may differ in lesser verities, a rule

No. 85. vi. 9
of moderation.........

vii. 470 Ambrost, not against Episcopacy.
Afliction calls home conscience... i. 54

ix. 596, 666
a sign of strength. No.40. vi. 11

not in favour of Lay-Elders.
Man under it, the more he

is. 609
strives, the more he is entangled. Angel of the Covenant appeared to
No. 1. vi. 26 Gideon

i. 191
-profitable, especially to some Angelical Familiarity, Soliloquy on, pi. SH
dispositions, more than other. No. 21. Angels, two, appear to the Disciples

vi. 258 at the Ascension of Christ İL 591
to be viewed as Derived

Ministers of the Churches. v. 491
from heaven....

viii. 517 Angels, evil, Torments appointed to
-- the Intent of God in send.

their spiritual nature...... ii, 973
ing it, to be considered.......... viii. 518

their first Şin and Fall (See
designed for trial and pro-

Spirits, evil).............

Fi. 485
bation, and for bettering of the

their Number... vi. 487,
soul...
viii. 520

piil. 202
in the Nature of it, a fatherly

their Power, vi. 489, viii. 201
chastisement to God's children. viii. 521

their knowledge and
the main comfort thereof to

Malice. vi. 491, viii. 203, 204
be expected from the Issue ..... viii. 522

the Variety of their Spiri-
the soul cheering itself un-

tual Assaults.....

vi. 492
der it

viii. 523

their Apparitions and
no absolute freedom from it Assumed Shapes...........

vi, 495
to be expected in this world

..... X. 123

the vehemence of their
of Body, lawful to mourn

Last Condicts.....

.... vi. 499
for it
.... V. 568

our Carriage towards
Aflictions, a Man must give thanks

them.......

vi. 500
for them; but not pray for them.

how we are to proceed
No. 16. vi, 85 against them.......

vi. 501
difference in Men's disposi-

their Woeful Estate. vi. 509
tions under them ........ No. 63. vi. 281 Angels, good, their Numbers......... vi. 451
Epistle lo Sir Richard Lea,

their Power............ vi. 454
on their comfortable remedies... vii. 238

their knowledge...... vi. 456
Age, the Confinements of, Soliloquy

their Employments and

vi. 389 Operations........ ............. vi. 457
old, Comforts against its incon-

their Degrees and Orders.
veniences enumerated
viii. 181

ri, 460
its illimitation, and the mise-

their Apparitions..... Fi. 462
ries that attend it................. viii. 181

the Respects which we
a blessing ...
viii. 183 owe to them.........

vi. 466

on

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Angels, good and evil, how differently Archer, Mr. John, his view of the

used as instruments..... No. 53. vi. 64 'Thousand Years' Reign of the
Angels of the Seven Churches, Episco-

Saints

96
pacy supported by a right view of

the error wbich
them...

ix. 681

runs through this whole discourse
Anger, the misery accompanying this

of bis .....

x. 102
passion...

viii. 20

Areopagi, what.................. ix. 644, 732
the Moderation of this passion Ark taken...

i. 267
enforced ....

vii. 427 in the house of Obed-Edom.... i. 364
its violence and ill effects. vii, 427 Arm benumbed, Meditation on one. vi. 161
-, zealous, enforced........... vii. 428 Armada, Spanish ......

......... V, 263
vicious, wben it offends in the Arminius, Epistle to Mr. Jonas Rei-
Cause, or in the Quantity ... vii. 428 gesbergius in Zealand, concerning
offends in the Cause, when oc-

some new Opinions broached un-
casioned by a good, indifferent, or der his name in Holland......... vii. 271
trivial thing

vii, 428 Asa restores the worship of God... i, 471
offends in the Quantity, when

his heart perfect with the Lord i. 473
either too long or too vehement. vii. 429 in bis sickness sought not to the
-, Arguments for its mitigation. Lord but to Physicians ........ i. 474

vii, 430 Assurance of Salvation, attainable, but
Anger and Madness, no difference be-

with difficulty....

vii. 375
twixt them but continuance. No.80. Atheists, the World full of them.
vi. 99

No. 71. vi. 97
Animals, man accountable to God for Altendant, wise and religious one, be-
bis treatment of them ...
i. 145 nefit of sucb....

i. 284
Anselm and Dunstan probibit, in Eng- Augustin, his rule for ascertaining
land, the marriage of Ecclesiastics.

what is of Apostolic Authority.
ix. 184

ix. 527
Answer, a short one, to a difficult Authority, divine, Salan's Templation
Question; and a tedious one, to

nol to submit thereto, repelled. viii. 278
an easy Question, unsuitable...... Aw? more fit for thoughts of Judgment
No. 28. vi. 30 than Fear.... ....

... viii. 199
ANTHEMS FOR THE CATHEDRAL OF Awful disposition of Heart required to-
EXETER.................

x. 272

wards God's infiniteness. No. 16. vi. 256
Antiquity, several arguments out of it

for the Superiority of Bishops... ix. 582 Back, Fashions profusely heaped upon
Apocryphal Books, opinions of the Old

it......

.... V. 283
Church and of the Present Church Buguley, H. bis Letter to the Author, on
of Rome, on their authority, con-

his Sermon on “The Glory of the
trasted ....

5 Latter House".

........ V. 204
APOLOGETICAL LETTER TO A PER- Balaam's Ass speaks......

i. 144
SON OF QUALITY..

73
ill counsel..

i. 147
Apologue.......

....... V. 169

BALM OF GILEAD: or, COMFORTS
Apostolic Age, its testimony to Epis-

FOR THE DISTRESSED ; BOTH MO-
copacy.
ix. 580 RAL AND DIVINE.........

......... viii. 103
Apostolic Institution, what constitutes Banshment, Comforts against enume.
such.....
ix. 523 rated..

....... viii. 164
best determined Baptism, Epistle to Lady Honoria
by the universal practice of the Hay, on its Necessity, and the Es-
Church next the Apostolic Times. tate of those which necessarily
ix. 525 want it ....

......... vii. 235
Apparitions, of Good Angels....... vi. 462 -, how to be received...... vii. 509

of Evil Angels......... vi. 495 Bargain, The Best, Sermon 00...... v. 183
Appearance, the Deceit of, Sermon on. v. 123 Barrenness, Comforts against enume-
Apprehension of God, three ways of it.

rated....

viii. 174
vii. 344 Basest things ever most plentiful,
Approach to God, a duty enjoined.. v. 501

No. 71. vi. 18
Approaches, order of the two. God's Bat and Owl, Meditation on the sight
drawing nigh to us, and our draw-

of them........

..... vi. 209
ing nigh to God.....

....... V. 507

Reasts wherewith St. Paul conflicted.
Appropriation of God, Christ, and

v. 320
Heaven to the Soul, the ground of Beauty a snare .................. 384, i. 391

complacency of heart............ vi. 409 Bedlam, the spiritual, Soliloquy on. vi. 359
Arbitrary, all valuations of outward Beech-tree, Meditation on the sight of
things are so...............No, 17. vi. 257 one full of nuts..........

.... .......... vi, 154
10.

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Bees fighting, Meditation on the sight Body, Satan's Temptation to disbelieve
of........

...... vi. 157

its Resurrection, repelled....... VHL 933
Beggar, Meditation on the sight of an Boldness, puts Men forth before their
humble and patient one.......... vi. 131 time and ability .......... No. 29. vi.
, Meditation on hearing an im-

o of those Men, who, knowing
portunate one........

vi. 223 they must shortly die, yet dare do
Belief, the multiplication of the Arti- those things which will draw upon
cles of, a chiet cause of dissension.

them eternity of torments, No. 18.
viji. 353

vi. 922
Believers die with Christ, who die in Bond, cancelled, Meditation on the
him.....

........... V. 365
sight of one.........

vi. 188
Bell, Meditation on the sound of a Bosom Discourse, Soliloquy on..... vi. 345
cracked one....

vi. 152 Bounty of God to Man, in the works
Bells, Meditation on hearing a ring of.

of Creation................ No. 7. vi. 947
vi. 175

-, to us...... No. 29. ri. 269
Beneficence must be extended to Men,

--, divine, Soliloquy on......... Fi. 973

v. 119 Boys playing, Meditation on the sight
early and cheerful, Epistle

of....

... vi. 141
to Mr. Thomas Sutton, urging it Branch and the Stock, their relation a
on him.......

vii. 243 resemblance of the union betwixt
Best Things, ill used, become evils; Christ and Christians............ vin, 221

and, contrarily, the worst things, Breaches, passive, which follow upon

used well, prove good....No. 86. vi. 73 the Public calamities of any Nation.
Bird, Meditation on bearing the sing-
ing of one......

vi. 204 BREATHINGS OF THE DEVOUT SOUL.
Birds, Meditation on hearing them

vi. $15
singing in a Spring Morning...... vi. 138 Brethren, to comply with them so far es
Bishop, what, as distinguished from we safely may, a way of Peace for a
Presbyter, &c. .....

ix. 544 Private Person..... ....... vii. 75
Bishop of Rome, Newness of his Uni-

charitable affection tozards
versal Headship............

ix. 291

them, a fit disposition for Peace.
-., Newness of his chal-

viii. 67
lenged Infallibility.................. ix. 293 BROWNISTS, A COMMON APOLOGY
Newness of his Supe-

AGAINST THEM...... ..... ix. 377
riority to General Councils...... ix. 293 Bucer and French Dioines, their testi-

, Dew presumption of mony to Episcopacy............... in. 565
his Dispensations.....

ix. 294 Buchinski, Stanislaus, remarks on his
the new challenge of Imprisonment....

vii. 160
his domineering over Kings and

Epistle addresse
Emperors...........................

...... ix. 295 ed to him, on the Comfort of In.
Bishops, A SHORT ANSWER TO THOSE prisonment.....

vi. 161
NINE ARGUMENTS, WHICH ARE Bulls, the enemies of the Church are
BROUGHT AGAINST THEIR SITTING

such, for their ferocity and strength.
IN PARLIAMENT................. 62

F. 258
Bladder, Meditation on the sight of Burden, the light, Soliloquy od..... vi. 557
one...

vi. 199 Bur-leuf, Meditation on the sight of
Blind man, Meditation on the sight of

one....

............... vi. 2014
one................

vi. 153 urning Bush.........
Blind men, the cheerfulness of some, a Busy-body, The, Character of...... Tii. 100

comfort under the loss of sight. viii. 171
Blind and Lame, Meditation on the Cesar, the King of the Jews........ F. 310
sight of them.........

vi. 214 Calamities, public, Comforts against
Blackmoor, Meditation on the sight of enumerated .......

viii, 145
one........

vi. 139

the sense and
Body, the prison of the Soul... No. 5. sympathy of them common to man.
vi. 26

viii. 146
a vigorous one, a soare to the Calamity, God heals by removing the
soul........

No. 80. vi. 38 grounds of it............
vile; but, in some respects, ho- Caleb, his faith.........

i. 125
nourable................... No. 48. vi. 334 Calling, explained

.........., v. 591
-, of Subjection, Soliloquy on. vi. 355

and Election must be made
-, undue Mortification of it, in re-

sure........
spect of apparel, lodging, and re-

may be made
creation, reprobated............... vii. 391 sure.................

v. 595
-, Liberty allowed in respect of at-

we must Endea-
ti.e, sleep, lodging, recreation. vii. 396 vour to make them sure............ v. 599

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V. 601

V. 606

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Calling and Election, Duty of doing perpetual fruition of the insepara-
this..

v, 600

ble presence of God.........
Advantage there Change, all things subject to it...... v. 231
of..

Changes, although to the better are
Danger of not

troublesome at the time. No. 35. vi. 90
making them sure

- of Estate, God to be submit-
Means by which
ted to therein....

vii. 362
this must be endeavoured

v. 604

-- the inevitable necessity thereof,
lawful and holy, not altered and God's over-ruling of them, a
by honourable titles, &c......... ix. 537 comfort under public calamities. viii. 146
Callings, Epistle on the Remedies Charge, St. Paul's to Timothy...... V. 100
it

against Dulness and Heartlessness Charity, an evidence of our Calling
therein, with Encouragements to

and Election........
Cheerfulness in Labour....... .. vii. 246 and Patience require forgetful-
-, the fear of God leads to a blial

ness of evil Deeds and Accidents.
endeavour of obedience therein. vii. 366

No. 67. vi. 36
Caloes of the People, Enemies of the

the practice of, urged on all
Church........

v. 258

that love Christ in sincerity..... vi. 422
Calvin, his attestation to the rite of

to be preferred to contention
Confirmation.....

ix. 804 for indifferent opinions; with Ex-
Canon, Apostolical, the Women ought amples tbereof..

viii. 357
to have power on their head..... v. 435

to be exercised in weighing
Canons, Apostolical, their testimony to the opinions of others......... viii. 361
Episcopacy....

ix. 578 -, a grace requisite for duly re.
Care, one of the inconveniences u bich ceiving the Lord's Supper....... vii. 511
commonly attend the great.... viii. 15 Chastisement necessary.... No. 11. vi. 27

Freedom from, one of the Be Chastisements, Salan's Temptation to
nefits of Poverty.

viii. 17 uccount them judgments, repelled. viii. 307
Cares cast upon God....... No. 13. vi. 52 Chastily in Marriage, enforced..... vii.
Carriage, Christian and Civil, Epistle

392, 393, 397, 403
to All Readers, containing Rules of Cheerfulness, Christians wrong them-
good advice for it.....

vij. 280 selves, who do not encourage it.
Cart, Meditation on the sight of one

No. 7. vi. 50
loaded.

vi. 221

--, Christian, Epistle to Mr.
CASES OF CONSCIENCE, RESOLUTIONS George Wenyffe, Bp. Hall's Fa.
AND DECISIONS THEREOF. In IV

ther-in-Law, exciting thereto... vii. 163
Decades.......

viii. 371 Chemnitius, bis attestation to the rite
Cassander, George, his opinion on Core

of Confirmation ......

ix. 802
ruptions in the Church............ ix. 28 Child, Meditation on one crying... vi. 192
Catechizing, order for sure grounds to

of God like his Father......... V. 553
be laid for it, a way of Peace be.

bears a filial love to bis
longing to Public Authority.... viii. 90 Father
its importance and ne-

bears an awful respect
cessity.....

ix. 224 to his father.......
CATHOLIC PROPOSITIONS.......... ix. 335

depends upon his Fa.
Caution, an incitement to more, to ther's Provision.....

faster adherence to God........ viii. 141 Child-bearing, its pains, a comfort un-
Celibacy, no vow thereof necessarily

der barrenness....

viii, 175
connected with Holy Orders. ix. 90, 118 Children, those most likely to prove

-- enjoined only by the Church blessings, which are the fruit of pa.
of Rome........

ib. rents' prayers................ i. 260
-, dispensations respecting it

the misery of ill-disposed and
common in the Church of Rome. ix. 91 undutiful, a comfort under barren-
the opinion of its necessity

viii. 176
the brand of Antichristianism.. ix. 96

the cares of parents for them,
CENSURE, CONSOLATORY LETTER TO

a comfort under barrepness.... viii. 176
ONE UNDER.........

vii. 283

the great grief in the loss of
Centurion, his confession at the Cru them, a comfort under barrenness.
cilixion of Christ................... ii. 499

viii. 178
Ceremonies, unjustly objected against

Solomon's account of them,
by Separatists......

ix. 458 digested from Proverbs and Eccle.
CERTAIN IRREFRAGABLE PROPOSI-

siastes

60
TIONS ..........

ix. 499

of God thought meanly of
Cham exposing his father's shame... i. 23 is appearance be the rule......... v. 127
Change, shall be in our Renovation. v. Chiliasis, ancient, their history briefly
-, and Renovation, shall be in our reported..........

......... X. 95

..... . 553

V. 554

v. 554

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Chiliasts, modern, summary of their Christ, his Incarnation ......... vi. 231, 497
doctrine, from Mr. John Archer.

bis Humiliation and Sufferings.
96

vi. 232, 406, 429
Choice, preferable to multitude... No.

Pulling on the Lord Jesus,

73. vi. 36 thoughts upon that subject. No. 13.
Cholmley, Mr. H. Letter of Bp. Hall

vi. 259
to him....

ix, 332 -, thoughts on his coming to send
Christ, his PRESENCE IN THE SA-

fire on the Earth...... .. No. 15. vi. 255
CRAMENT OF HIS BODY AND BLOOD,

lived not upon alms.... No. 31.
a Plain and Familiar Explication

vi. 263. vij. 411
of it........

ix. 368

bis Ascension....... No. 66, vi. 983
CHRIST'S NATIVITY, A LETTER FOR

his Agony..

No. 2. vi. 309
THE OBSERVATION OF THE FEAST

the first-fruits of them that
THEREOF.
ix. 490 sleep......

No. 35. vi. 328
Christ goes with his parents up to Je-

thoughts on his knocking at the
rusalem ........

ii. 224 door of the beart...... No. 39. vi. 330
sought by his parents......... ii. 225

honoured by the Creatures in
his temptation, how happy for

bis Abasement...

vi, 429
us......

ii. 233

in his Huiniliation to be loved
tempted to turn stones into

and imitated.....
bread.......

ii. 235

to be beheld by Faith on earth,
- tempted to cast himself from a

and by Sight in beaven............ vi. 450
pinnacle of the Temple........... ii. 237 Justified in the Spirit......... vi. 439
tempted to worship Satan... ii. 242 Seen of Angels......

vi. 454
and a good beart, Familiarity

Preached unto the Gentiles.
betwixt..........
ii. 307

Fi. 457
-- retires to the mountain to pray.

Believed on in the World... vi. 410

ii. 334 Received up into Glory...... vi. 443
his presence cordial enough to

.

vehement longing after him, in-
us in our worst aMictions......... ii. 338 cluded in Prayer.......

vii. 499
his obedience to the Law... ii. 368

union with him, by faith and
Manifestation of his Glory.. ii. 569 love; feeling, effectual, indivisible;
his Transfiguration, the Time included in Prayer............

Tii. 501
thereof....

ii. 374

unspeakable complacency and de.
the Place

light of the soul in him, included in
thereof..
ii. 375 Prayer

vii. 501
its Attend-

his having been assaulted, a com-
ants..........

ii. 377 fort under temptations......... vii. 131

-, his Compa- CHRIST MYSTICAL ; or, THE BLESSED
nions therein......

ij. 379 UNION OF CHRIST AND HIS MEM-
rebukes Simon the Pharisee by

pii. 211
the Parable of the two Debtors.. ii. 408

how to be happy in the appre-
, his love to Martha and Mary hending of him.....

viii. 914
and Lazarus.....

ii. 438

the honour and happiness of
various titles and characters of

being united to him...... vin. 215

ii. 456 -, union with him, the kind and
appears to Mary Magdalen.. ii. 509 manner of it.........

v viii. 216
appears to the Disciples...... ii. 513

the Resem-
satisfies the unbelief of Tho-

blances thereof enumerated... viii. 217
mas........
ii. 514

its certainty
and Cæsar, Sermon on......... v. 310 and indissolubleness......... vin. 29
not acknowledged King of the

its internal pri-
Jews, implied in their acknowledg-

vilege and benefit, Life... ..... fiii. 994
ment of Cæsar.....

its external pri-
his Cross worthy to be our first vilege, a right to the blessings of
and last lesson...

earth and heaven... ....... viii. 936
- and St. Paul crucified together v. 362

means whereby
our Passover, nature and signi-

it is wrought.......

viii. 237
fication of this implied comparison. v. 538 --, the union of his Members with
-- a Passover.

one another..... ............ viii. 938
and a Christian, their Mystical

Satan's Temptation to distrust
Relation ......

No. 93. vi. 75 his Righteousness and Satisfuction,
--, the Love of, in its Nature and

repelled ....

viii. 991
Effects, with our Sense and Im-

.., no other Coming of his to be
provement of it. See Love of expected, but that to his Final Judg-
CHRIST.

ment..

.......... X. 124

BERS.........

him......

v. 315

v. 355

....... V. 542

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