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Episcopacy, address to the Members

James, Mr. Thomas, of Oxford.
of the Church of Scotland thereon.

vii. 215
ix. 620 Knight, Mr. William........... vii. 251
address to Englishmen

L., Mr. T.........

vii. 188
thereon.....

ix. 623
L, Mr. W..

vii. 184
-, no prejudice to Sovereign-

Lea, Sir Richard, since deceased.
ty...

vii. 238
the Judgment of Sculte-

Lucy, Sir Edmund.............. vii. 186
tas thereon

ix. 709 Milburne, Doctor........ .... vii. 261
-, unvaried, while Civil Po-

Milward, Mr. Matthew ....... vji. 203
lity not so............. ix. 629, 644, 733 Mole, Mr. John, of a long time
EPISTLES. VI Decades.

now Prisoner under the Inqui-
Decade I....... vii. 120

sition at Rome............... vii. 277
Decade II....... ..... vii. 146 Moulin, M. Peter, Preacher of
Decade III...

vii. 171

the Church at Paris......... vii. 241
Decade IV .....

vii. 198 Murray, Sir David............, vii. 133
Decade V......

vii. 226

Newton, Mr. Tutor to the Prince.
Decade VI............... vii. 254

vii. 126
Addressed to the following

P., Mr. A....

vii. 211
Persons :

P., Mr. J....

vii. 205
A., Mr. E..........

vii. 217 R., Mr. W. dedicated to Mr.
A, Mr. I., Mercbant.......... vii. 167

Thomas Burly......... rü. 164
Alleyne, Mr. Ed....... vii. 213 Reigesbergius, Mr. Jonas, in
Asteley, Sir Andrew........... vij. 173

Zealand..

vii. 271
B., Mr. E. dedicated

to Sir
Readers, All..

vii. 280
George Goring............... vii

. 246 S., Mr. T. dedicated to Sir Fulke
B., Mr. I.....

vii. 269
Grevill.....

vii. 257
B., Mr. J. and dedicated to my

Sleigh, Mr. Edmund........... vii. 182
Father, Mr. J. Hall......... vii. 144 Smith, Mr. and Mr. Rob. Ring.
B., Mr. R..

vij. 219

leaders of the late Separation
Bacon, Sir Edmund... ..... vii. 147

at Amsterdam.....

vii. 171
Bath and Wells, The Lord Bishop

Sotheby, Mr. Samuel......... vii, 159
of.....

vii. 226 Sutton, Mr. Thomas........... vii. 243
Bedell, Mr. William, at Venice.

W., Mr. J. written long since, vii. 263

vii. 137 Wadsworth, Mr. Jacob, lately re-
Brinsly, Mrs. B., my Sister... vii. 155 volted, in Spain........... vij. 120
Buchinski, Stanislaus, late Secre-

Wenyffe, Mr. George, my Fa-
tary to Demetrius, Emperor of

ther-in-Law...

vii. 163
Russia......

vii. 161 Whiling, Mr. John............. vii. 149
Burton, Mr. Samuel, Archdeacon

Worcester, The Lord Bishop of. vii. 230
of Gloucester

vii. 176 EPISTLES. Written on the following
Challoner, Sir Thomas......... vii. 128 Subjects :
Choliley, Mr. Hugh.. vii. 157 Afflictions, their comfortable Re-
Darcy, Sir Robert............... vii. 146 medies..

vii. 238
Denny, Lord.....

vii. 22 Arminius, thoughts on some New
The same............

vii. 254

Opinions broached under his
Denny, Lady Mary.... vii. 233

Name in Holland...... ..... vii. 271
Drury, Sir Robert, and his Lady.

Baptism, its Necessity, and the
vii. 142

Estate of those which necessa-
Essex, The Earl of............. vii. 139

rily want it.......

vii. 235
F., Mr. I., one of the Company

Beneficence, early and cheerful,
of the Turkish Merchants, vii. 192

urged.........

vii. 243
F., Mr. W., and dedicated to Mr.

Carriage, Christian and Civil,
Robert Jermin.......

vii. 200

Rules of good advice for it. vii. 280
Fitzwilliams, Mr. Walterge... vii. 198 Cheerfulness, Christian, an Exci.
Fleetwood, Sir George........, vii. 258

tation thereto................. vii. 163
Gentlemen of his Highoess's

Christian, the Description of him,
Court..

vii. 194

and his Differences from the
Hall, Mr, Sa., my Brotber... vii. 208

Worldling........

..... vii, 233
Harrington, Sir John........... vii. 248

bis continual Exercise;
Hay, Lord...

vii. 124

how he may keep his Heart
Hay, Lady Honoria............ vii. 235 from Hardness, and his Ways
Haye, Mr. Robert........ vii. 190

from Error.......... .... vii. 190
J., W. condemned for Murder,

the estate of a true
vii, 274

but weak one, described... vii. 146

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Christianily, a Discourse of its Imprisonment, of the Comforts

Hardness; and the abundant
Recompence, in its Pleasures Infidels and Heretics, how far and

and Commodities............ vii. 182 wherein Conversation and Trade
Church, Apostolical, the difference

with them are allowable... vi 19.
of the Present Church from it,

Losses, szorldly, against Sorros
and the Needlessness of our

for them .....
Conformity thereto in all

Malefactor, particulariy a Mor.
things ......

vii. 230 derer, effectual preparation
Cohabitation of Man and Wife,

of one for Death............ vii. 97
whether it may be renounced,

Marriage of Ecclesiastical Persons,
for secular or religious causes.

defended......

vii, 248 Martyrdom, Encouragements to.
Combats, Single, their bloody

vä. 277
Use, Injustice, Danger, and

Ministerial Function, the great
Sinfulness.....

vii. 200 Charge thereof; with Direc-
Courtier, Description of a good

tions for due Preparation there
and faithful one... .... vii. 194 unto, and Carriage thereig. vii. pos
Days, onth common and koly, how

Ministry, Encouragements to per-
they should be spent........ vii. 254 severance in, under conceit af
Death, a Discourse of due Pre-

Insufficiency and want of Af
paration for it, and the Means

fection......

---. Ti. 251
to sweeten it to us.......... vii. 173 Miracles of our Time, eitber
-, Arguments against the

falsely reported, or falsely
Fear of it..............

vii. 144 done, or falsely miraculous,
Dissensions among Protestants, an

or falsely ascribed to heaven.
insufficient ground of Unset-

vii. 133
tledness, and a comparison of

Pastor, his removal from one
them with those among the

Charge to another, Bp. Hall's
Papists.......

vii. 184 Thoughts on his own ..... vii. 142
Divines, Death of several la-

Pestilence, whether fleeing or
mented, and an incitation to

stay in time of it, lawful for
imitate them.................. vii. 137 Minister or People......... ti. 217
Divorce in the case of apparent

Pleasures, the true and lawful use
adultery, the fittest course to

of tbem: how we may mode-
be pursued therein by the In-

rate them; how we may enjoy
nocent Party................. vii. .188 them with safety............ Fü. 193
Dulness and Heartlessness in our

Popery, its Lucrease; the oath of
Callings, Remedies against. vii. 246 Allegiance, and the just suffer.
Faith, true, the Sigos and Proofs

ings of those, which bare re-
thereof..........
........... vii. 211
fused it.......

Fii, 905
Fathers, the bastardy of the false,

--, Expostulation with one
and the corruption of the true,

revolted to it, and persuading
the grounds of the Papists'

bis Return

vii, 190
confidence in appealing to

the Causes and Means
them.........

vii. 215
of its Increase...

Fil. 296
Gentry, a Complaint of their mis-

-, how far and wherein
education.....

vii. 269

it destroys the Foundation. vii. 196
Glory, heavenly, the different de-

Psalms, Bp. Hall's account of bis
grees of it; and our mutual

own Metaphrase of some of
koowledge of each other a.

them....

rii. 157
bove.........

vii. 186 Religion, the True, a Discourse
God, how to conceive of him in

of the Trial and Choice there-
our Devotions and Meditations.

of........

vii, 176
vii. 213 Retiredness and Secrecy, the Be-
Grief immoderate for the Death of

nefit of them ....

Fii. 147
Friends, Consolations under.

Russian Affairs, Bp. Hall's View
vii. 164
of them...

...... Fü. 159
Henry, Prince, Gratulation for

Separation, the Injury done there-
the Hopes concerning him,

by to the Church, with its lo-
with an advising Apprecation.

justice, and the Fearfulness of
vii. 126
the offence

.... vii. 171
Henry IVth of France, Reflections

a Dissuasion from it,
on Ravillac's attempt to assas-

and its Grounds oppugned, rii. 963
sinate him. .....

vii. 241 Sin, its Remedies, and the Mo-
Honour, of True............. vii. 124

tives to avoid it............... vi. 253

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v. 278

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Sorrow not to be repented of, Dis- Evil, the Gries that arises from hearing

course concerning.......... vii. 155 il, a comfort under the loss of
Stuly and Contemplation, the Plea. bearing..............

............ viii, 174
sure of them, with the Varie- Evil Spirit can only be ejected from
ties of scholar-like employ-

our Souls by the power of Christ. ii. 263
ments .........

vii. 203 Evils, swift in their approach, and
Times, a complaint of their loi- slow in departing: Pleasures, slow
quity, with the Means to re-

in coming, and rapid in their de.
dress it.........

vii. 219
parture.

....No. 64. vi. 66
Travel, Report of some Obser- Esumple, a fruit of Christian Union.
vations made by Bp. Hall

viij. 245
therein ..

vii. 128 Ercess, both bodily and spiritual, one
Travels. Advice how to pursue

of the Inconveniences which com-
them to advantage.
vii. 139 wonly attend the Great.......

16
World, how it may be used with- Ercesses are never alone...No. 71. vi. 68
out danger....

vii. 257 Exercises, holy, the fruition of God in
o, of the Contempt of it. them, a Means of Peace..... ... vii. 29

vii. 122 Exhortation, a fruit of Christian
Er, God's Judgment upon him. ... 47 Union ....

viii. 246
Erasmus, his judgment concerning Eapectation, effect of upon different
the marriage of Ecclesiastics... ix. 212 Minds

No. 9. vi. 6
Error, means to be appointed for its Experience the surest test. No. 9. vi. 27

strong conviction, a way of Peace Extraordinary Events cause wonder,

belonging to Public authority. viii. 92 and the frequence of God's best
Errors, some not censured by God. works causeth neglect. No. 19. vi. 53

No. 84. vi. 100 Exclremities are the seasons of Christ's
-, maintaining of such as are aid.......

ii. 336
set on foot to be suppressed by Au. Extremily distinguisheth friends.
thority.......
viii. 88

No. 18. vi. 28
some gross and foul enume- Eye, the Adulterous..................
rated.

viii. 93

the Covetous.....

................... V. 279
difference of degrees in them.

the Envious

V, 280
viii. 363

Meditation on seeing tbe Shut-
Esau, his birthright and blessing for-

ting of one

vi. 149
feited

i. 38 Eys, the supply of belter, a comfort
his Repentance...

i. 40 under the loss of sight viii. 168
meets Jacob.

i. 43

the ill offices done by them, a
Estale, to be lived withio...No. 62. vi. 35 comfort under the loss of sight.
-., to rely in respect of it on the

viii. 169
Providence of God, a Means of Peace.

freedom from temptation thereby,

vii. 34 and from many sorrows, comfort
--, to be persuaded of the goodness under the loss of sight ......... viii. 170
and fitness of ours for us, a Means

the supply which God gives in
of Peace

vii. 36 other faculties, á comfort under
that our present is best for us,

their loss.....

viii. 171
a Resolution requisite to Content.

-, the benefits of those which once
ment.....

viii. 32 we had, a comfort under the loss
Esteem,' some things which are wor.

of them .............................. viii. 172
thy of it, but not of being trusted
to.........

.... No. 35. vi. 31 Faction, The Mischief and Remedy of,
Esther made Queen .............
ii. 165 Sermon on..........

v. 455
Eternity, that only thing which is Faith of the Widow of Sarepta ..... i. 478
worthy to take up the Thoughts of

witnesseth to our Souls our as-
a wise Man)............... No. 75. vi. 288 surance of life eternal.........
Eucharist, Geoiculation at the cele-

difficulty of exercising it. No.
bration of it defended............ ix. 487

38. vi. 90
Euchites, Account of them ...... vii. 316 ils Victory, Soliloquy on vi, 369
Events beguile the judgment of Men.

the band by which we receive
v. 124
Peace

vii. 19
temporal and spiritual, how to

true, Epistle on the Signs and
be viewed by a Christian...No. 68.

Proofs thereof.......

vii. 211
vi. 96

a grace requisite for duly re-
Indifferency of, Soliloquy on. ceiving the Lord's Supper ...... vii. 510

vi. 387

the sick Soul's complaint for
Evil, difference of Times and Ages in the want thereof, answered.....viii. 120
respect of the degrees of it ......V, 384 -, the sick Soul's complaint of
10.

2 F

... V. 605

.... V. 124

issues......

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the weakness thereof, answered. Favours, God bestars them upon

viii. 122

some in anger, and strikes others
Faith, Salan's Templation to think ours in love

....No. gs. vi. S
presumption, repelled.... ....... viii. 316 Fear, a Dory which we owe to God. v. 3
Christian, to be contended for.

the Time of our sojoarning to

viii. 359 be passed therein.......
Faithful Man, The Character of. viii. 87 - of God, as a father and a Judge,
False Forms beguile the judgment of must be a loving and an awful Fear.

Men
Fume, lore of it, yain and absurd.

explained... ....vii. 354, 550
No. 95. vi. 75

what is required to the
Familiarity with God, consists in an attaining of it ........... ... vi. 335
Appropriation of God to ourselves.

; summary account of it.
vii. 306

8. SS1
mutual intercourse with

its happy effects and
him .....
vii. 307

..... Ni S65
liberty of consulting God

-, the Extremes respect.
in difficulties, and reti- ing it; ou the one side, Security
tioning him in necessities. and Presumption ; on the otber,

vii. 308 Vicious Fear.........
freedom of supplication,

of Horror, described..

...... Fü. $72
with diligent performance

how to be renedied.
of this duty....
.....vii. 308

Fü. Sad
an exercise of our confi.

of Distrust described ........ Fü. 560
dence
vii. 309

-, how to be remedied.
grateful acknowledgments of

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mercies.

vii. 311 the Moderation of this passion
enjoyment of all good

enforced
things in God, and God

, dangerous Effects of it...... vii. 424
in them ............vii. 312

Fearlessness of danger and death, an
Family, Head thereof, Solomou's De- advantage of old age......... VÜL 18+

scription of him, digested from Frasl, Meditation on the sight of a
Proverbs and Ecclesiastes ...... X.

55 full table at one........
Famine, in Israel.........

i. 247 Frasts of the Jew's...
its dreadful extremity in Sa- Ferily, Man's, to be ineasured by
maria.....

ii. 62

the hopes and interest which he
Famous and Excellent Men, their hath iú a blessed Eternity...No. $
Children seldom excellent...No. 4.

vi. 82

description of it, digested
Fancy not to be employed in forming from Proverbs and Ecclesiastes..... 11
representations of God. vii. 338 Felon, Meditation on the arraigament
-- not to be satisfied by Travel. X. 233

of one............
Farewell Sermon lo Prince Henry's Fistivities, solemn, defended
Houshold.

65 Fetters, the insensible, Soliloquy oo.
Fashion, Commouness a disparage-
ment to it

v. 286 Fiery Motion nf the two Discipla, re-
Fashions, Forbidden ones............ V. 277 flections thereon ..No. 70. vi 185

of the World make us ap- Fight, we must with siy
pear deformed in the sight of God. Fire, Meditatiou on the blowing or

one.....
painful..., V. 286 , Meditation on seeing the kuad
Old ones in disgrace...... v. 287 ling of a charcoal one ......,

****......* Ti 150
Fathers, Epistle to Mr. Thomas Firmament, Creation thereof....... i 6

James, of Oxford, on the bastardy Firs born consecrated to God...... j. 316
of the false, and the corruption of First Cause, to be looked up to
the true, as the Grounds of the

No. 26. ri.
Papists' confidence in appealing to Fishes, Miraculous draught of....., Ü. 9++
them......

vii. 215 Flaccius Illyricus, bis attestation to
Faults of Friends, difficulty of med-

the ritc of Confirmation......... ix. S02
dling with them...... No. 50, vi. 63 Flatterer, a Beast.......,
Fuvours of God to this Island

86

--., The, Character of ......
to bis People......... V. 312 Flattery, Vainglorious, for a Man to
that God hath done to his praise himself; an Envious Wrong
Vineyard. .............................. v. 344 to detract from others...No. 55, ri 34
- of God to us................ V. 349 Flesk, on making prorision for it.
forced, are thankless. No.

No. 80. ri, qo!
100. vi. 46

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Flash and Spirit opposite to each Friends, the death of them but a part-
other.....

V. 556
ing, tot a loss....

viii. 154
their Couflict.

Friendship, that is begun in evil, can-
No. 33. vi. 327 not stand..

i. 206
Flies, Meditation on their gathering

Christian, the strongest.
to a galled horse
vi. 134

No. 49. vi. 33
Meditation on the sight of...ri. 196

true, requires Patience.
Flower.de-Ince, Meditation on

No. 57. vi. 35
sight of one

vi. 216 Fruitful Land turned into Barreuness.
Fly, Meditation on the sight of one

V. 234
burning itself in the candie ...... vi. 136 Fruitsulness being seasoned with sor-
Meditation on the sight of a fine

roos, a comfort under barrenness.
coloured one........
vi. 147

viii. 174
Folly nj Mun, to lore his ou n Misery. Fulness of Estal", the consideration of

No. 57. vi. 65 the inconveniences which often al.
Fond, variety of it required by the Soul tend it, requisite to Contentment.
as well as the Body ..... No. 64. vi. 95

viji. 15
-, spiritual, Five degrees of the Fundamen!al Points of Religion, a-
digestion of it............ No. 48. vi. 272 greement therein necessary to the
limitations respecting ....... vii. 402 Church.......

viii. 48
Forehead, the seat of Impudency. v. 280 Fundamentals in Christianity enume-
Forms of Prayer, used in the Temple rated........

viii. 356
and by Christ......... ix. 629, 649, 745 Fun-rals, the practices of the Church
Fortitude, description of it, digested of England therein, defended... ix. 451

from Provei bs and Ecelesiastes. X. 39
Foundation and Building, their rela- Galaxy, or Milky Circle in the Hea.
tiou a resemblance of the union be-

vens, Meditation on seeing the
twixt Christ and Christians.... viii. 222 small stars therein ...

vi. 140
Frailty of Man, frequent Meditation Gehazi stricken with Leprosy ....... ii. 55

thereon, a means io keep the heart Generation, an Untoward one ex-
tender........

vii. 370 plained......
Frames of a Christian changeable. No. Gentiles, their calling; and rejection
5. vi. 318 of the Jews....

ii. 295
Frée, unble, rich, wise, happy; no man Gentry, Epistle, complaining of their
truly so, but as to God. No. 57. ri. 14 mis-education.........

vii. 269
Freerill, the Romanists' view thereof Gestures, Pious ones of a Hypocrite.
refuted...
........ ix. 47

V. 295
Lea, the Way of Peace on this Gideon, the weakness and strength of
subject....
ix. 822, 838 bis faith

i. 199
Frient, a true one, scarce. No. 38. Gifts, their diversity.

v. 152
vi. 31 of God, to be improved. No. 59.
i, a true nne, in his qualities re-

vi. 15
sembleth Honey........ No. 31. vi. 58 Give than to séreive, it is better.... i. 253
-, The unfuiling, Soliloquy on. Globe, Meditation on the frame of

vi. 370

one casually broken............... vi. 112
--., The True, Character of... vii. 91 Glorified Souls, their knowledge,
the true value of one, and

Happiness, Employment, &c. See
the fault of over-prizing him... viii. 152 Suul.
Friends, how to Use them. No. 23. vi.

9

Bodies, are three in Heaven.
.. and Enemies, good use to be

ii. 29
inade of all.............. No. 46. vi. 32 Glory, the way to it through difficulty
- good ones, not to be easily

and danger...

No. 91. vi. 43
cast off

No, 56. vi. 34 , heavenly, Epistle to Sir Ed-
absent, how to be spoken of. mund Lucy; on its different de.

No. 69. vi. 36 grees, and our mutual Knowledge
Loss of, the benefit of it. No.

of each other above.............. vii. 186

70. vi. 36 Glozo-corm, Meditation on the sight
Epistle of Consolation for

of one..

.............. vi, 148
immoderate Grief at their Death. Glutton, a Beast. ........

............ 326
vii. 164 Gnots in the Sun, Meditation on
loss of, Comforts against enu-

sight of........

vi. 150
merated...

... viii. 152 Goude, Dr. succeeds Bishop Hall at
the true ground of an unde-

the Synod of Dordt....

i. xli
feasible enjoyment of them... viii. 153

--, his Approbation of the
-, trulé, the rarity and trial of “ Culumba Noæ," in Latin Verse.
them..
viji. 153

v. 141

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