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Motitation—A commotion.

Parasitical Flattering. Much-what-Nearly.

Parcel-sainted—Imperfectly sanctified, or Mure—To wall, to immure.

separated into small and distant bodies. Mutation-A change.

Parieting-Repairing walls.

Paris-Garden, a place of low amusement, Name-Respect, account.

formerly situated in the Borough. Napery-Linen.

Parle-Conference. Necotian Incense-Tobacco.

Parture-Separation. Nep-Mint.

Pasch-Easter. Nescience-Ignorance.

Pasquin-A lampoon. Nonce-Occasion.

Pass-To make account of. Noursled--Nursed.

Patent-Open. Nundination-An open and scandalous Paternity--The relation of a father. sale of justice.

PatrocinationDefence, support, protec

tion. Obdormition-Sleeping, going to rest.

Patter-To make a noise like bail.
Obduration, Obduredness-Hardness. Peccant-Corrupt, faulty.
Obdure—To harden.

Pectoral- A breast-plate.
Obedible-That can be preyed upon. Pedagogy-Discipline, institution.
Obfirm-To confirm, to settle.

Pelting-Pitiful, paltry. Object-To offer.

Peragration-The act of passing over or Oblatration-Barking.

about. Oblivious-Capable of being forgotten. Pererration—Wandering about. Obsecration-Entreaty.

Perfunctory-Slight. Obsecratory-Supplicatory.

Perfunctorily-Negligently. Obstetrication Office of a midwife. Perition-Losse Obsignation-Sealing or confirmation. Permeation—Passing or piercing through. Obstination-Making obstinate.

Persistance—Perseverance, stedfastness. Obtestation, Entreaty.

Petard-An engine for blowing up places. Obtortion-Distortion.

Petulcity-Wautonness, mischievousness. Obturation-Smearing or closing up. Pbrontisteries-Monasteries. Occæcation-Blinding.

Piacular-Atrocious. Occurrent-Occurring, occurrence.

Pill-To rob, to peel. Offuscation-Obscuration.

Piscation --Fishing.
Ominate-To forebode.

Pisht at-Despised.
Onwards In advance, in anticipation. Pitch-brand-Mark of infamy.
Ope-tide-See p. 298, note 5, and the Er. Plaining—Making plain or smooth.
rata, in this volume.

Operosity-Toil, labour.

Pleasance-- Pleasure. Oppugn-To oppose.

Plerophory-Fulness. Oppugnation-Opposition, attack.

Pleuritical—Belonging to a pleurisy, or inOrbation-Deprivation.

Aammation of the lungs. Orbity-Want of children.

Plight-To pledge, to engage, Ordalian-Ordeal,

Point-To appoint. Ordinate—To direct ; regular, methodical. Poise-Weight. Ordinately-Regularly.

Pole-Head. Orts-Fragments.

Poll-To strip, to exact. Ostended-Discovered itself.

Polling-Stripping, exaction. Ostension-Shewing.

Polycoyrany-The government by many. Otherwise-One way, another way.

Ponderation-Weight. Out-To dispossess.

Portage-Carrying. Overlash-To exceed.

Portuise-A breviary, or Romish priest's Overlay-To oppress by weight.

office-book. Overliness-Pride, overbearing.

Postiller-One who writes glosses. Overly-Proud, overbearing.

Posy-Motto. Overture-Aperture.

Potential-In possibility of existence. Over-ween-To think too bigbly of.

Præscious-Anticipating, aware.

Prankingly-Flauntingly. Pact-Covenant; agreement.

P.eception-Command. Painim-A Pagan.

Precocity-Too early ripeness. Painful-Laborious.

Preconization—The act of warning or Painfully-Laboriously.

announcing. Pandarisms-- Pretences, or occasions. Predication-An affirmation, a declaration. Parænetical-Exhortatory, persuasive. Prefer— To advance. Paralogism-False or bad reasoning. Pregravate-To clog heavily. Paranomasy- A play upon words.

Prejudicate-Prejudiced. Parasiteism-Flattery.


Prepossess—To possess beforehand. Recollect–To collect.
Presention—Perception beforehand. Recollection Collection.

Reconcilement-A re-obtaining, a regalo Pressive_Urgent.

ing. Preterition-Passing by.

Recordation-A remembrance. Prevent—To precede, to anticipate, to Recrements-Dross, filth. fortify.

Recule-To retire. Prevention--Anticipation.

Reduct_To reduce. Prevision-Foresight.

Redivived-Revived. Prime Stole--Best robe,

Redolence-Sweet scent. Primere-Principal.

Redolent-Sweet-smelling. Primigenous—Original.

Reduce—To bring back. Proclivity-Tendency to evil.

Reduct-To reduce. Prodigence-Prodigality.

Reduction-Bringing back. Prodition—Treachery, deceitfulness. Reductively-By reduction, by conse. Promerit-To lay under obligation, to me. quence. rit for.

Refection-Refreshment. Promove-To advance, to promote. Refel--To refute, to disprove. Promoving-Promoting.

Reflection-Return. Prophylactical-Preventive of disease. Refossion-Digging up. Proper—Peculiar.

Refrication-Refreshing. Proprieties-- Possessions.

Regest—To cast or turn up again. Propriety-Exclusive right.

Regiment-Government. Propugnation-Defence, support.

Reluctation-Resistance, aversion.

Proritation—The act of inciting or alluring. Remiss--Lower.
Prosopopey-A personification.


Renitency-Relxctance. PuisneYounger, inferior.

Rennible-Running, voluble. Puissance-Strength, valour.

Reposed— Laid up. Pursuivant-A pursuer, an officer of jus- Reposition--Firm hold or repose, burial, tice.

treasuring or laying up. Pute-Perfectly pure.

Reputation—Estimation, judgment. Puttock-The buzzard.


Reservation-Withholding. Quack-salver-One who boasts of salves. Resolution—Explanation, satisfaction, tee Quail-To daunt.

solved expectation. Quarrelled-Quarrelled with.

Resolve-To dissolve, to melt, to explain.
Quarry—To prey upon.

Quean-A strumpet, a worthless woman. Restipulation-A reciprocal engagement.

Resultance-An assemblage.
Querimony-A complaint.

Retch, or Reach-To stretcb. Questman-A stater of lawsuits, inquirer, Retractive-Withholding. officer,

Revicted—Proved on the other side. Questuary-One stndious of profit.

Reviction-Reviving. Quick-Living.

Revoke-Te recover. Quintessential-Consisting of the quiu- Rife-Common. tessence.

Rifely—Commonly. Quiritation-Complaining.

Rift-Cleft, crack. Quodlibetical Subtle.

Rivality-Rivalry. Quotidian-Daily,

Rhetoricate-To play the orator.

Round-Plain, faithful, decisive. Rack-A frame.

Rouodel—The circumference of a wheel, Radicated-Rooted.

a circle. Raked-Covered, hid.

Roundly-Plainly, faithfully. Ramping-Rushing.

Ruff-Success, prosperity. Rapture-Being carried along.

Ruffle-To disturb. Rarely-Singularly.

Ruinate-To ruin. Rathe-Early, prematurely.

Run descant-To enlarge. Ravine-To plunder.

Sacred--Consecrated. Reave--To contract.

Sad-Grave, serious.
Reaving-Taking by violence,

Sadly-Soberly, seriously.
Rebate--To blunt.
Recidivation-Backsliding, relapse.

Sag-To hang low or beavy.

Sagamore-- A king or supreme ruler among Reclaim-To cry out.

the American Indians. Reclamation---Reformation.



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Sanation- 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, division.

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



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

Subreption—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.

Securitan--A secure person.

Suffosion-Undermining, digging up.

Suffumigation-Raising fume by means
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.
Seldom when-Uofrequently.

Superfctation-One conception made on

Sequel-A consequence.

Sequence-Order of succession.

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


Suppalpation-Wheedling, gently stroking.

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

Supputation-Computation, account.

Surcease-To leave off.

Severalty-Separation, distinction.

Surrogate-To depute.

Shaveling-A friar, one shaven.

Susceptiou-Assuming, taking up.

Swelt-To dry up, or be pained, with


Swinge-Sway, sweep.

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, sign.
Simulatory- Pretended.

Symboles-Shares in a reckoning.
Sinisterly-Absurdly, towards the left Symbolize-To agree.

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.

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

The Shepherd's rod.
Sortition-Casting lots.

Soul-bell-A passing-bell, a bell rung at Techy-Peevisb.
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.


Stale-A handle, step, means.

Terrivagus--A vagabond.

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.



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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 quarrelang Topped-Spuffed.

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.
Tiact of time-Process of time.

Tractation–Treating on a subject. Ventilation-Diffusion, the act of fancias
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 evesTreachor-A traitor.

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

Vicariate-Deputed office. Troth-Truth, faith.

Viduity-Widowhood. Trucheman-An 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 represents
Tympany-A hard swelling of the belly.
Tyred, tyring-Ped or feeding as a vul- Wales-Risings or marks from bloks.

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 deterinined sense.

way Unpleasive-Unpleasing.

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

Whittle-A knife. Uorespective-Acting without reasons. Wight-A person. Unright-Unrighteous, not upright.

Wis, Ywis, I wis~ Truly, verily. Unript-Ript.

Wishly-Wishfully, Unthrift-A 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, bat Vail-To yield, to give place.


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Aaron, his silence under God's judg.
ment on his Sons

i. 118
a type of Christ, our High

i. 133
Abbey, meditation on the sight of the
ruins of one.......

vi. 171
Abilities, presumption of them fre-
quent and dangerous...

............. vii. 374
- tobe exactly surveyed in order
to cure presumption of them ... vii. 377
Abound, the difficulty of knowing how

to do this, and the ill consequences
of not knowing it ........

viii. 37
Abraham denies his Wife

i. 27
his Circumcision.

i. 28
and Sarah a lively pattern of
strong and weak faith

i. 28
his and Sarah's laughter .. i. 28

the trial of his Faith con-
cerning Isaac..

i. 29
his Purchase and Employ-
ment of a Burying Place, Sermon

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V. 426

Actions, speak plainer than Words.

No. 51. vi. 33
all subject to the eye of evil
Men, or evil Spirits ..... No. 73. vi. 69

- good, not well done, when
are glad that they are done.

No. 52. vi. 93
difference in the nature of
God's and ours ............No. 58. vi. 94

the best, do not escape the
censure and misinterpretation of

...............No. 81. vi. 293
the Difference of, Soliloquy 362

to refrain in them from all sin
and to perform all duty, a Means of

vii. 32
to do nothing doubtingly, vii. 33

or Manners of Men, not to draw
them to the prejudice of their cause,
a Rule of Moderation ......

vii. 459
Admonition, fruit of Christian

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his Purchase of Ground .. V. 427

the employment of his pur-
chased Ground ...

V. 429
his faith ........... No. 78, vi. 291
Absolution before Satisfaction, the No-
velty of it..

ix. 277
Abstinence, benefit of it

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

forgiving, leads to Security ... vii. 367
Abuses, power of reforming them

given to the Church, and the issue
of the neglect of it.

ix. 464
Accordance, heavenly, Soliloquy on .. vi. 373
Account to be rendered of earthly pos-


viii. 245
Adonijah, bis second plot defeated.. i. 426
Adoration, inward, what; wherein it
consists, and how to be wrought. vii. 351

of the Infinite
Greatness of God; in the Creation
and Government of the World. vii. 351

of the Infinite Mer-
cy of God in the Redemption of

vii. 353

compounded of
many holy affections

vii. 354

to be continued and
perpetuated through our lives .. vii. 354

to be diffused thro'
our whole carriage; to the Name,
Word, Services, House, and Mes-
sengers, of God ....

vii. 355

to be shewn in
humble subjection of ourselves to
the band of God.

vii. 360
Adultery, Epistle on Divorce in this
case ...

.... vii. 188
Adversaries not to be branded without
just reason

vič. 362
Christian, the limits of
approach or remoteness with re-
spect to them

vii. 465

sessions, one of the Inconveniences

which attend the Great ........ viii. 17
Acquaintance, Long, reconciles us to
all things...

No. 62. vi. 95
Action, mischief of an Jodiscreet Good

No. 31. vi. 10
Actions, ordered by God to other ends
than their own....

ï. 204
Holy Carriage in those of a

v. 395
Fools' and Wise men's mea-
sure of Good ones, .......No. 43. vi. 12



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