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Tit. 1. Directions against Murder

Causes of it,-Wars, tyranny, malignant, persecuting

fury, unrighteous judgment, oppression and uncharitable-
ness, robbery, wrath, guilt and shame, malice and revenge,

wicked impatience, covetousness, ambition, &c.

The Greatness of the sin

The Consequents ...

Tit. 2. Advice against Self-murder..

The Causes to be avoided,-Melancholy, worldly trouble, dis-

content, passion, &c. Besides gluttony, tippling, and
idleness, the great murderers ..

ibid.

Self-defence, and seeking our Right by law or otherwise .. 154

Q. 1. What injuries are we bound to forgive? Neg. affirm.
resolved

ibid.

Tit. 1. Directions against all Theft, Fraud, or injurious get-

ting, keeping, or desiring that which is another's ..... 273

Tit. 2. Cases of Conscience about Theft and such injuries .. 279

Q. 1. Is it sin to steal to save one's life?

ibid.

Q. 2. May I take that which another is bound to give me,

and will not?

281

Q. 3. May I take my own from an unjust borrower or pos-

sessor, if I cannot otherwise get it? ....

282

Q. 4. May I recover my own by force from him that taketh
it by force from me ? ...

ibid.

Q. 5. May we take it from the rich to relieve the poor?.... ibid.

Q. 6. If he have so much as that he will not miss it, may I

take some ?

283

Q.7. May not one pluck ears of corn, or an apple from a
tree, &c.?...

ibid.
Q. 8. May a wife, child, or servant take more than a cruel

husband, parent, or master doth allow? (May children
forsake their parents for such cruelty ?)

ibid.

Q. 9. May I take what a man forfeiteth penally?

284

Q. 10. What if I resolve, when I take a thing in necessity,
to make satisfaction if ever I be able ?

ibid.
Q. 11. What if I know not whether the owner would consent? ibid.
Q. 12. May I take in jest from a friend, with a purpose to
restore it?

ibid.

Q. 13. May I not take from another to prevent his hurting

himself

285

'Q. 14. May I take away cards, dice, play. books, Papist books,
by which he would hurt his soul ?

ibid.

Q. 15. May not a magistrate take the subjects' goods when

it is necessary to their own preservation ?

286

Q. 16. May I take from another for a holy use ?

ibid.

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