Sivut kuvina

Sanation-A cure.

Stoppel-What stops the hole of a vessel. Sapiential-Relating to wisdom.

Stridulous-Making a small creaking noise. Scabious-A herb so called.

Stroid-Destroyed. Scaith-Injury.

Styed-Soared, ascended. Scant-Scarcely.

Style--A pen. Scarce-valuable-Scarcely to be estimated. Subact-To subdue. Sciscitations-Questionings.

Subduction-Withdrawing. Scissure- A rent, dirision.

Subduce-To withdraw. Scoganism—Jesting; from a celebrated Subincusation-An implied accusation, jester named Scogan.

Sablation-Withdrawing. Scoganly-Jestingly.

SubmissSubmissive. Sconces-Forts.

Subornation-Seduction to a base action. Scoppet-To lade, to empty.

Şubreption—The act of obtaining by surScurrile-Scurrilous.

prise or deceit. Scruze-To press, to squeeze.

Suffect-To choose or put in the place of Securance-Security.

another. Securitan-A secure person.

Suffosion-Undermining, digging up. Seen-Skilled.

Suffumigation-Raising fume by means of Segregate-To separate.

fire. Segregation-Separation.

Suhit and Gazul-Certain weeds growing Seized-Possessed.

in Egypt, of which, being burnt to ashes, Sejoin-To separate.

the finest sort of Venice glasses are Sejunction Separation.

made, Seldom when-Unfrequently.

Superfætation-One conception made on Sepelition—Burial.

another. Sequel-A consequence.

Supernal-Celestial, Sequence-Order of succession.

Supernatation-Swimming on the surface, Sere or Seare-Dry, withered.

Supersecular-Spiritual. Sereness-Dryness.

Suppalpation-Wheedling, gently stroking. Sermocinations-Preachings.

Supparisitation-Flattery, pimping. Several-Separated, distinct.

Supputation—Computation, account. Severalized-Distinguished.

Surcease-To leave off. Severals-Particulars.

Surreption--Stealth. Severalty-Separation, distinction. Surrogate--To depute. Sharp-Sword.

Surrogation-Deputation. Shaveling—A friar, one shaven.

Susception-Assuming, taking up. Sheeped-Disgraced.

Swell-To dry up, or be pained, with Shimmering-Glittering.

beat. Shot--Reckoning.

Swinge-Sway, sweep. Shrewd-Proward.

Sybaritical-Effeminate, from the people Shrift-Confession of sin to a priest.

of Sybaris, a city in the south of Italy, Shriven-Confessed.

infamous for its effeminacy. Sidereal-Bright, starry.

Syllabical-Adhering to the merely literal Sign-To ratify, to consigo, to signify. Simulation-Deceit, pretence.

Symbol-Type, emblem, sigo. Simulatory--Pretended.

Symboles-Shares in a reckoning. Sipisterly—Absurdly, towards the left Symbolizem-To agree.

band. Site-Situation, token.

Tallying-Recording, punishing. Skill of—To know how.

Talmudiges—Adherents to the Talmud. Slip-A pretender, a counterfeit.

Tang—A strong taste. Sort-Aim.

Tazel, or Teasel-The Dipsacus: Eng. Sort to-To produce.

The Shepherds rod. Sortition-Casting lots.

Techiness-Peevishness. Soul-bell-A passing-bell, a bell rung at Techy_Peevish. the death of a person.

Tender – To treat tenderly. Spagiric-A chemist.

Tent-To fill a wound with lint. Spend Stover-To consume provisions.

Tentative-Trying, essaying. Spiration-Breathing.

Tenter-To stretch out as on tenters. Sportulary-Living by alms.

Tentigo-Itching. Squinancy-Quinsy.

Termined-Terminated. Stale-A handle, step, means.

Terrivagus--A vagabond. Stated-Settled.

Terrene-Earthly. Stave off-To push off, to defer.

Tew-To beat. Stead— To help, to support.

Theophanies-Services in the immediate Stigmatical-Marked, branded, stigma- presence of God. tized.

Theorical Theoretical.


Thrave--Twenty-four in number.

Valediction-Farewell. Thurification-- The act of fuming with Value-To imply, to signify. incense.

Vastation--Wasting. Timely--Early, premature.

Vatical-Prophetical. Till--To urge.

Velitation—The act of quarrelling or Topped-Snuffed.

bickering with. Torrefaction--Scorching or drying. Velleity-The lowest degree of desire. Tort-Injury, wrong.

Venditate-To display, to boast.
Tour-To fly round.

Venditation-Display, parade.
Towards-Forwards, in preparation. Vendure-A thing sold.
Tract of time-Process of time.

Vent Sale.
Tractation—Treating on a subject. Ventilation-Diffusion, the act of fanging
Traduce-To propagate, to convey or de. or sifting.
liver down.

Veny-Push, thrust in fencing.
Traduction-Derivation, propagation. Verdure-Taint.
Tralation-A metaphorical expression. Vertigo-Giddiness.
Transient-Passing by.


Vespertine-Of or relating to the evenTreachor-A traitor.

ing. Trochisees-A kind of medical lozenge. Vestiary-Relative to clothing. Tropical-Figurative.

Vicariate-Deputed office. Troth_Truth, faith.

Viduity-Widowhood. Trucheman-en interpreter.

Vigilancy-The state of life. Tuition-Defence.

Villenage-Base servitude. Tutor-A defender.

Visive-Belonging to the sight. Twit-To reproach, to sneer at.

Voice-To represent. Tympany-A hard swelling of the belly. Tyred, tyring-Fed or feeding as a vul- Wales Risings or marks from blows. ture.

Wasters-Foils, or cudgels.

Weal-Prosperity. Ubiquitary-One who believes the omni. Wearish_Soft, tame. presence of Christ's body.

Ween-To think. Ubiquity-A being in every place.

Weildance-Weilding. Umbratical-Shadowy.

Well—To spring. Umbrage-A pretext.

Well-stated-Well-regulated. Unconvincibleness—Safety from convic, Welt-Border. tion.

Weltereth-Rolls in the mire. Undefeasible-Certain, that cannot be What ?-Why? annulled.

When as-Whereas. Unseisible-Impracticable.

Whiffler-A serjeant, one who clears the Univocally-In a determined sense.

way. Unpleasive-Unpleasing.

While-To amuse, to beguile. Unreaved-Unrent, unopened.

Whittle-A knife.
Unrespective-Acting without reasons.

Wight-A person.
Uoright-Unrighteous, not upright. Wis, Ywis, I wis—Truly, verily.

Unthrift- prodigal.

Withed-Bound with withes. Usurary-Usurious.

Wont-Habit. Ure-Practice, use, habit.

Woolward-Clothed in woollen garments. Use-interest.

Wringing-Writhing. Usurp—To employ, to use.

Writheled-Wrinkled. Utter-To sell.

Wrought-Forced. Utopical-Imaginary, chimerical.

Zedoary-A Chinese root like ginger, but Vail-To yield, to give place.







Aaron, his silence under God's judge Actions, speak' plainer than Words.
ment on his Sons
i. 118

No. 51. vi. 33
a type of Christ, our High

all subject to the eye of evil

i. 133 Men, or evil Spirits No. 73. vi. 69'.
Abbey, meditation on the sight of the

good, not well done, when
ruins of one..........................

vi. 171

are glad that they are done.
Abilities, presumption of them fre-

No. 52. vi. 93
quent and dangerous............. vii. 374

difference in the nature of
to be exactly surveyed in order

God's and ours ............No. 58. vi. 94
to cure presumption of them .... vii. 377

the best, do riot escape the ,
Abound, the difficulty of knowing how censure and misinterpretation of
to do this, and the ill consequences

............No. 81. vi. 293
of not knowing it ....... viii. 37

on ......

the Difference of, Soliloquy 362
Abraham denies bis Wife

i. 27

to refrain in them from all sin
his Circumcision

i. 28 and to perform all duty, a Means of
and Sarah a lively pattern of


vii. 32
strong and weak faith ....

i. 28

to do nothing doubtingly, vii. 33
his and Sarah's laughter .. i. 28

or Manners of Men, not to drazo
the trial of his Faith con-

them to the prejudice of their cause,
cerning Isaac...

i. 29 a Rule of Moderation. ......... vii. 459
his Purchase and Employ- Admonition, a fruit of Christian
ment of a Burying Place, Sermon


viii. 245
........ V. 426 Adonijah, bis second plot defeated.. i. 426
his Purchase of Ground .. v, 427 Adoration, inward, what; wherein it
the employment of his pur-

consists, and how to be wrought. vii. 351
chased Ground

v. 429

of the Infinite
his faith .......... No. 78. vi. 291 Grealness of God; in the Creation
Absolution before Satisfaction, the No.

and Government of the World, vii. 351
velty of it ......

ix. 277

of the Infinite Mer-
Abstinence, benefit of it

.............. i. 113 cy of God in the Redemption of
Abuse of God's mercy, in giving and


......... vii. 353
forgiving, leads to Security vii. 367

compounded of
Abuses, power of reforming them

many holy affections

vi. 354
given to the Church, and the issue

to be continued and
of the neglect of it ...

ix. 464 perpetuated through our lives .. vii. 354
Accordance, heavenly, Soliloquy on.. vi. 373

to be diffused thro'
Account to be rendered of earthly pos-

our whole carriage; to the Name,
sessions, one of the Inconveniences Word, Services, House, and Mes.
which attend the Great .....
17 sengers, of God .....

vii. 355
Acquaintance, Long, reconciles us to

to be shewn in
all things........... . No. 62. vi. 95 humble subjection of ourselves to
Action, mischief of an Judiscreet Good

the band of God.

vii. 360

............ No. 31. vi. 10 Adultery, Epistle on Divorce in this
Actions, ordered by God to other ends


vii. 188
than their own.

ii. 204 Adversaries not to be branded without
Holy Carriage in those of a just reason

viii. 362
Hypocrite ...

v. 395

Christian, the limits of
Fools' and Wise men's mea-

approach or remoteness with re-
sure of Good ones,
..No. 43. vi. 12
spect to them

vii. 465

....... viii.

v. 136



Adorrsity mote bencficial than Pros- Age, its advantages enumerated. viii. 184

No. 6. vi. 26 Agent, God an omnipotent one, in
Advertisements 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, tbe, only primi- Ahab, bis repentance

ä. 13
tive opposer of Episcopacy. ix. 594, 662 Ahaziah, enquires of Baal-zebub, God
a vindication of those Fathers,

of Ekron, in his sickness ii. 20
whn, it is pretended, second his

God's message to him ... j. 21
opi: jons on Episcopacy

ix. 595

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

ii. 92
Affection, its blindness

i. 219
bis death

ü. 25
Saints on earth united there- Allegiunce, Oath of, Epistle on the
in .....

viii. 242

just sufferings of those who refused
Afections deceitful ...................

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 .. viii. 329
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. 303
to be well ordered... vii. 14 Ambition steels the heart .....

i. 204
well employed become Vire

hath no bounds

ji. 160

vii. 335

the torment of it. No. 95. vi. 29
to compose them towards unity Ambitious, The, Character of vii. 112
and peace, however our judgments

Man bis

may differ in lesser verilies, a rule

No. 25. vi. 9
of moderation..........

vii. 470 , Ambrose, not against Episcopacy.
Affliction walls homme 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

ix. 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. vi. 344
dispositions, more than other. No. 21. Angels, two, appear to the Disciples

vi. 258 at the Ascension of Christ ..... ii. 521
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. 278
ing it, to be considered.......... viii. 518

their first Sin and Fall (See
designed for trial and pro- Spirils, voil)............

vi. 485
bation, and for bettering of the

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

viii. 202
- in the Nature of it, a fatherly

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

their knowledge and
the main comfort thereof to

Malice. vi. 491, viji. 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 Conflicts.....

vi. 499
for it

v. 568

our Carriage towards
Afflictions, a Man must give thanks


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. 502
tions under them ........ No. 63. vi. 281 Angels, good, their Numbers........ vi. 451
Epistle to 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

si. 460
its illimitation, and the mise-

their Apparitious..... vi. 462
ries that attend it..

vải. 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-


X. 96
* pacy supported by a right view of

the error which

ix. 681 runs through this whole discourse
Anger, the misery accompanying this of his .....

x. 102
passion... ....
viii. 20 Areopagi, what..

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

i. 267

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, when 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 on-
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 vebement, vii. 499 in his 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 Attendant, wise and religious one, be-
his treatinent of them. .... i. 145 nefit of such ......

i. 284
Anselm and Dunstan prohibit, in Eng- Augustin, bis 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, Satan's Temptation

Question; and a tedious one, to not to submit thereto, repelled. viii. 278
an easy Question, unsuitable...... Awe more fit for thoughts of Judgment
No. 28. vi. 30 than Fear...,

viji. 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


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

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

ix. 5 Latter House".
APOLOGETICAL LETTER TO A PER- Balaam's Ass speaks.................. i. 144

X. 73
- ill counsel...

i. 147

......... V. 169

Apostolic Age, its testimony to Epis-

ix. 580 RAL AND DIVINE...............

vii. 103
Apostolic Instilution, what constitutes Banishment, Comforts against enume.
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 on...... V. 183
Appearance, the Deceitof, Sermon on. v. 123 Barrenness, Comforts against enume-
Apprehension of God, three ways of it.


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 Orol, Meditation on the sight
drawing nigh to us, and our draw.

of them ........

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

Beasts 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

2 D

........ V. 204

V. 507

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