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

............... vi, 157 its Resurrection, repelled........ riji. 283
Beggar, Meditation on the sight of an Boldness, puts Men forth before their
humble and patient one .......... vi. 131 time and ability .......... No. 22. vi. &
- Meditation on hearing an im.

- 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 chief cause of dissensiou.

them eternity of torments. No. 18.
viii. 353

vi. 322
Believers die with Christ, who die in Bond, cancelled, Meditation on the

him................................... V. 365 sight of one......................... vi. 183
Bell, Meditation on the sound of a Bosom Discourse, Soliloquy on..... vi. 348

cracked one......................... vi. 152 Bounty of God to Man, in the works
Bells, Meditation on hearing a ring of. of Creation................ No. 7. vi. 247

vi. 175

, to us...... No. 29. vi. 262
Beneficence must be extended to Men.

-, divine, Soliloquy on......... vi. 373

v. 119 Boys playing, Meditation on the sight
-, early and cheerful, Epistle of........................................ vi. 141
to Mr. Thomas Sutton, urging it Branch and the Slock, their relation a
on him.....

......... vii. 243 resemblance of the union betwixt
Best Things, ill used, become evils; Christ and Christians............ vii. 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 hearing the sing-

v, 462
ing of one........................... V). 204

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

vi. 315
singing in a Spring Morning...... vi. 138 Brethren, to comply with them so far as
Bishop, what, as distinguished from we safely may, a way of Peace for a

Presbyter, &c...... .............. ix. 544 Private Person................... viii. 16
Bishop of Rome, Newness of his Uni - charitable affection towards
versal Headship.

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

, new presumption of mony to Episcopacy............... ix, 565
Iris Dispensations................. ix. 294 Buchinski, Stanislaus, remarks on his

the new challenge of Imprisonment.................... vi. 169
his domineering over Kings and

Epistle address-
Emperors.......... .................. ix. 295 ed to him, on the Comfort of Im.
BISHOPS, A SHORT ANSWER TO THOSE

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

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

v. 953
Bladder, Meditation on the sight of Burden, the light, Soliloquy on...... vi. 357
one...........

................ vi. 199 Bur-leuf, Meditation on the sight of
Blind man, Meditation on the sight of one..................................... vi. 204

one....... ........................... vi. 153 Burning Bush....................... i. 68
Blind men, the cheerfulness of some, a Busy-body, The, Character of..... vii. 100

comfort under the loss of sight. viii. 171
Blind and Lamp, Meditation on the i Cæsar, the King of the Jews........ y. 310

sight of them........................ vi, 214 Calamities, public, Comforts against
Blackmoor, Meditation on the sight of enumerated..................... viii. 146
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 spare to the Calamity, God heals by remoring the
soul.

........... No. 80. vi. 38 grounds of it....................... . 465
, vile; but, in some respects, ho Caleb, his faith............................ i, 125
nourable.................... No. 48. vi. 334 Calling, explained .................. . 591
of Subjection, Soliloquy on. vi. 355

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

sure................................... V. 592
spect of apparel, lodging, and re -

-

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

............... 8. 595
Liberty allowed in respect of at-

we must Endea-
tire, sleep, lodging, recreation. vii. 396 vour to make them sare ........... V. 599

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Calling and Election, Duty of doing perpetual fruition of the insepara-
this..................................... v. 600 ble presence of God................ V. 72

Advantage there. Change, all things subject to it...... V. 231
af...................

................. V. 600 Changes, although to the better are
Danger of not

troublesome at the time. No. 35. vi. 90
• making them sure.................. V. 601 - 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

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

and Election......................... V. 606
Cheerfulness in Labour......... vii. 246 and Patience require forgetful-
---, the fear of God leads to a filial 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 thereof.................... viii. 357
to have power on their head..... v. 485

- to be exercised in weigbing
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 which

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, Satan's Templation to
nefits of Poverty................. viii. 17 account them judgments, repelled. viii. 307
Cares cast upon God....... No. 13. vi. 59 Chastity 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.................. vii. 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, his attestation to the rite
Cassander, George, his opinion on Cor-

of Contirmation..................... 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 his
longing to Public Authority.... viii. 90 father .........

......... v. 553
, its importance and ne-

- bears an awful respect
cessity......... ........ ix, 224 to his father................. ......... V. 554
CATHOLIC PROPOSITIONS.......... ix. 335 -- depends upon his Fa-
Caution, an incitement to more, to

ther's Provision .................... V.554
faster adherence to God........ viii. 141 Child-bearing, its pains, a comfort on-
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-

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

ness ..............................., viii. 176
the brand of Antichristianism.. ix. 96 - , the cares of parents for them,
CENSURE, CONSOLATORY LETTER TO

a comfort under barrenness.... viii. 176
ONE UNDER...... ................. vii. 283 - , the great grief in the loss of
Centurion, his confession at the Cru-

them, a comfort under barreoness.
cifixion 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 ............................... x. 60
TIONS ...........
.................. ix. 499

of God thought meanly of
Cham exposing his father's shame... i. 23 if appearance be the rule......... v. 127
Change, shall be in our Renovation. v. 71 Chiliasts, ancient, their history briefly
, and Renovation, shall be in our

reported....

of Rome................

... x.

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Chiliasts, modern, summary of their Christ, his Incarnation ......... vi. 231, 427
doctrine, from Mr. John Archer. - ., his Humiliation and Sufferings.
x. 96

vi. 232, 406, 428
Choice, preferable to multitude... No. _. Putting on the Lord Jesus,

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

vi. 252
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. 283
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 bis parents up to Je ----- thoughts on his knocking at the
rusalem.............

.... ii. door of the heart.......... No. 39. vi. 330
---- sought by his parents.........

-- honoured by the Creatures in
--, his temptation, how happy for

his Abasement....

...................... vi. 499
us.....

.................. ii. 233 - .in his Humiliation to be loved
- tempted to turn stones into

and imitated..... ................... vi. 499
bread............
.............. ii. 235

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

and by Sight in heaven............ vi. 450
pinnacle of the Temple........... ii. 237 - Justified in the Spirit......... vi.
- tempted to worship Satan... ii. 242 - Seen of Angels................ vi.
- and a good heart, Familiarity

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

vi. 457
- retires to the mountain to pray. --- Believed on in the World... vi. 440

ii. 334 . Received up into Glory...... vi. 42
his presence cordial enough to - , vehement longing after him, in-
us in our worst afflictions......... ii. 338 cluded in Prayer.................. vii. 499
- , his obedience to the Law... ii.

-, union with him, by faith and
Manifestation of his Glory.. ii, 369 love ; feeling, effectual, indivisible ;

, his Transfiguration, the Time included in Prayer................ vii. 501
thereof................................ ii. 374 -, unspeakable complacency and de-

the Place

light of the soul in him, included in
I thereof........................... ...... ii. 375 Prayer ............... ....... ...... vii. 501
- , its Attend-

-, his having been assaulted, a com-
ants............ ***.....**3...... ii. 377 fort under temptations.......... viii. 131

- , his Compa CHRIST MYSTICAL ; or, THE BLESSED
pions therein........................ ii. 379 UNION OF CHRIST AND HIS MEM-
--- rebukes Simon the Pharisee by

BERS............. .................. viii. 911
the Parable of the two Debtors.. ii. 408

how to be happy in the appre.
M ., his love to Martha and Mary

hending of him.................... viii. 314
and Lazarus......................... ii. 438 , the honour and happiness of

-, various titles and characters of being united to him .............. viii. 215
him....................................... ii. 456 , union with him, the kind and
- appears to Mary Magdalen.. ii. 509

manner of it..................... vii. 216
appears to the Disciples...... ii. 513

-

the Resem-
- satisfies the unbelief of Tho-

blances thereof enumerated... vü, 217
mas.................................... ii. 514 --

its certainty
- and Cæsar, Sermon on......... v, 310 and indissolubleness............. viii. 992
-- not acknowledged King of the

_ , its internal pri-
Jews, implied in their acknowledg-

vilege and benefit, Life......... viii. 224
ment of Cæsar...................... v. 315

-, its exterpal pri-
~, his Cross worthy to be our first vilege, a right to the blessings of
and last lesson....................... v. 355 earth and beaven... .............. viii. 236
---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....................., v. 542 one another......................... viii. 238
and a Christian, their Mystical

Salan's Temptation to distruest
Relation.................. No. 93, vi. 75 his Righteousness and Satisfaction,
-, the Love of, in its Nature and

repelled ....................... ... viii. 291
Effects, with our Sense and Im-

----, no other Coming of bis to be
provement of it. See LOVE OF

expected, but that to his Final Judo-
CHRIST.

................. X. 194

ment..................**

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Christ's Body, the multi-presence WHOLE DISPOSITION AND CAR-
thereof inconsistent with the truth

RIAGE........... ............. viii. 251
of his Humanity .................. ix. 64 CHRISTIAN, summary description of
Death, the Extent thereof, the

him ................................ viii. 253
Way of Peace concerning this

-, his disposition............ viji. 255
point............................ ix. 821, 836

his expence of the day... viii. 257
Ckristian must be resolved for Christ. i. 196

bis recreations............ viii. 258
- The Estate of, Sermon on. v. 288

, his meals................... viii. 259
-, a change must take place in

, bis night's rest............ viii. 260
him........... .......................... v. 288

, his carriage............... viii. 261
om, his Transformation......... V. 290

bis resolution in matter of
-, his Transformation mast be

religion............ ......... viij. 263
by Renewing......... ............ V. 293

, his discourse........... . viii. 263
, his Crucifixion with Christ,

, his devotion...... ..... viii. 264
Sermon on......... ............ v, 355

, bis sufferings..... .. vii. 265
- Shineth most in his End.

, his conflicts...... viii. 265
No. 6. vi.

-, his death................... viii. 266
-, his indifference at the treat-

-, bis relation to Christ and to
ment of the World..... No. 14. vi. 7 the Father................. No. 99. vi. 303
--, blessed Estate of. No. 16. vi. 7

-, like a little cock-boat in a
-, as Christ, both a Lamb and

rough Sea................. No. 34. vi. 328
a Lion..................... No. 36. vi. 11 Christianity, both an easy and a hard
bis seed time and harvest.

yoke... ............. No. 48. vi. 92
No. 37. vi. 11

- Epistle to Mr. Edmund
bis growth........ No. 44. vi. 12 Sleigh, on its Hardness and abun-
-, and Church, similar in their

dant Recompence................ vii. 182
fluctuating state......... No. 78. vi. 19

, its open enemies, as
- , his interest in all things. .' Jews and Turks, communion with

No. 77. vi. them to be avoided......... ..... vii. 461
Society better than Solitude. -

the adversaries within its
No. 90. vi. 21 bosom, how to be treated. ....... vii. 462
most disinterested, No. 3. vi. 26

- to be reduced to its ne.
-, God's Steward, not his Trea-

cessary principles, in order to pro-
surer.............
.............. No. 27. vi. 30 mote Peace........

.............. viii. 354
-, and Worldly Man, their dif Christians, fashionable, who are a.
ferent motives for desiring Death. shamed to go before their neigh-

No. 85. vi. 41 bours in holy zeal, reproved..... ii. 305
, a wise one hath no Enemies.

addressed.................. v, 97
No. 8. vi. 50

at Death missed little by
refers all things to God.

the World, the World less by them.
No. 58. vi. 65

No. 27. vi. 9
- not good for him to make

sometimes more faint-
himself necessary in Worldly af-

hearted at the prospect of cala-
fairs; but cannot be too active in mity and death, tban Heathen Phi-
the service of the Church. No. 39.

losophers have appeared. No.76. vi. 37

vi. 90 Church reduced to a low state....... i. 470
-- the wise, bath learned to va - , its Proficiency............... V. 51
lue every thing according to its true

its Sanctification............ V. 52
worth...................... No. 95. vi. 301

,its Peace..................... V. 55
- the unanswerable, Soliloquy on.

its Perfection................ v. 60

vi. 345 -, The Beauty and Unity of, Ser-
--, Epistle to Sir Robert Darcy,

mon on................................ V. 266
on the estate of a true but weak

-, its Beauty and Simplicity. v. 266
one............

............ vii. 146 - Christ's Propriety.......... v. 269
Epistle to Mr. Robt. Haye,

- its Perfection arises from its
on the continual Exercise of a

unity................................... v. 270
Christian ; how. he may keep his

- its Strength arises from its
Heart from Hardness, and his Ways

Unity ................................ v. 271
from Error.......................... vii. 190 - its Unity, notwithstanding the

-, Epistle to Lady Mary Denny, È divisions of the Christian World, v. 271
descriptive of him, and on bis Dif-

its Unity in not being Multi-
ferences from the Worldling.... vii. 233 plied.................................. v. 274
, in what sense he looks not

-- most happy when Truth and
at the things which are seen.

Peace kiss each other... No. 30. vi. 10
No. 12. vi. 250

, none have done so much mis-
CHRISTIAN, LAID FORTH IN HIS

chief to it, as those that have been

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fended......

excellent in wit and learning.

No. 67. vi. 96
Church; absence from it by residence
among Infidels for gain, dangerous.

No. 87. vi. 296
-- Apostolical, Epistle to the
Bishop of Worcester, on the differ-
ence of the Present Church from
it, and the Needlesspess of our
Conformity thereto in all things. vii. 230

-, the duty of one who doubts
of any opinion received by it... viii. 355

, the Constitution of one... ix. 394

-- Faith and Order, the two parts
of its Constitution................. ix. 394
- Constraint requisite therein.

ix. 396
- and State, their nearness.. ix. 468
Churches, the Differences within our
own, at home....... ............. viii. 57

- Popish and Protestant, the
extent of the differences betwixt
them .................................... ix. 328
original of the Differences betwixt
them.................................. ix. 230

-- Popish, justly retained for
Protestant Service................ ix. 454

- the Founders and Furni-
tures of those in England, defended.

ix. 455
- French and Dutch, eleven
errors alleged against them by the

English Separatists................ ix. 469
Church Government, Two' undoubted
propositions concerning it....... ix. 504

, when of Divine
Institution........................... ix, 522

, Apostolic Forms
thereof for universal and perpetual
use................................... ix. 524

-- , the Primitive Fa.
thers would not vary from that of
the Apostles......................... ix. 531

any alteration
from the Apostolic could not have.
been diffused through the whole
Christian World..................... ix. 533
-

its primitive state
to be ascertained from the earliest
writings................................ ix, 534

- , Heretics not to be
followed in their judgment thereof.

ix. 536
-, a new form must
be grounded on more unquestiona-
ble Scriptures than the old ....... ix. 538

had Christ left a
precise form thereof, it would have
been ere this ascertained........ ix. 539

begun by our Sa-
viour in a manifest linparity..... ix. 548

carried on with
Imparity, after Christ's Ascension.

ix. 550
carried on with

Imparity by the Bishops who suc.

ceeded the Apostles............... ix. 551
Church of England, in its first forina-

tion, followed the Greek Church ra.
ther than the Roman............. ix. 93

, the consecration
of its Reformed Bishops regular. ix. 119

, the Constitution
thereof................................ ix. 398

- , Apostacy falsely
charged op it....................... ix. 402

- , Separatists' ac-
knowledgments of her graces... ix. 406

, for what the Sepa-
ratists think themselves beholden
to her................................. ix. 409

-, her Motherhood,
how far it obligeth us............. ix. 411

- , her wapt of pre-
tended Ordinances whether sio-
ful, &c............. ................ ix. 419

- enormities falsely
charged upon her.................. ix. 416

- is the Spouse of
Christ .........

...................... ix. 417

-, how she bath sepa-
rated from Babylon............... ix. 418

, her Prelacy de.

........ ix. 424

-, the truth and war-
rant of her Ministry.............. ix. 425

confused commu-
nion of the profane idly objected
against her.......................... ix. 427

charged with er.
rors, by Separatists............... ix. 428

, whether her Pre-
lacy be Antichristian ............. ix. 430

-, errors of Free-
Will, &c. feigned on her......... ix. 438
-

her Common-
Prayer Book defended............ ix, 441

a true Church of
....................... ix. 461

the impure mix-
tures alleged against her, examined.

ix. 472

the judgment of
others in her favour............... ix. 474
Church of Rome, her Injustice of Claim

over Kings, Church, Scriptures,
Conscience........................... V. 996

- , ber Injustice of Prac-
tice..................................... . 226

guilty of Schism... ix. 936
Church, the Reformed, unjustly charged

with Novelty, Heresy, Schism.. ix. 255
Civil Policy, the rules of, applied to

the Mind.................. No. 93. vi. 22
Civil things, not to be judged of ac-

cording to appearance...... ...... v. 126
Civil War, its unspeakable miseries
come from God's punitive justice.

vii. 149
Clemens, his testimony to Episcopacy.

ix. 567

God

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