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Contentment, its excellency, and how Coventry and Litchfield, his reply to
to be had....
viii. 5 Bishop Hall's Letter.....

ix. 318
the variety of estates in Covetous man like a spider. No. 43. vi. 61
which it is to be exercised..... viji. 5 Covetous, The, character of.. vii. 103

the Grounds and Rules Covetousness in divide and moral good
thereof...

viii. 8 things, laudable.......... No. 10. ri.
Considerations for pro-

the vice of old age... No.
moting it; which respect either

74. vi. 69
the Diversities of Life, or Death

an inward ground of con-
itself....
9 tention.........

63
, Dispositions necessary Cowardice and Indiscretion, God loses
thereto..

viii. 27 neither in our holy profession... No.
Resolutions requisite for

84 vi. 294
attaining it...

32 Creatures, all, subject to their Creator
Examples thereof, the con-

but man....

No. 93. vi.
sideration of them, requisite to its Crocio D. LUDOVICO EPISTOLA. ix. 853
attainment.

viji. 22 Cross of Christ, The Enemies of, Ser-
Contentments, mired, Soliloquy on, vi, 367

v. 205
Controversy, Theological, to be allow- Crosses, universal and unavoidable.
ed within just bounds......... viii, 354

vii. 15
Conversation, heavenly, Soliloquy on.

that arise from Conceit... vii.
vi, 341

true and real................ vii. 16
Conversation and Trade with Infidels

the first Remedy of them, be.
and Herelics, Epistle thereon, how

fore they come......

Fi.
far and wherein allowable....... vii. 192

the second Remedy of them,
Conversion, the sick soul's complaint when they are come, from their Ar-
of insepsibleness of the time and

thor.........

vii. 13
means thereof answered.. viii. 126

the third Remedy of them,
Conversion to God, the manner thereof, from their Effect .......... vii. 19
the Way of Peace on this point.

the fourth Remedy of them,
ix. 822, 838 from their Issue.......

rii. 20
Corn, Meditation on seeing the fan- Crow, Meditation on the sight of one
ning of....

vi. 146 pulling off wool from the back of a
Corn-field, Meditation on the sight of Sheep....

vi, 132
one overgrown with weeds....... vi. 151

Crucifixion of Christ, the circum-
Corrections, God's, spare us the labour stances attending it shew that God

of scourging ourselves... No. 91. vi. 74 is ever near, though oft unseen. Ne.
Correspondence between the heart and

96. vi. 45
the tongue................. No. 95. vi. 44 Cruelly, The Defral of, Sermon on. 5. 2015
Corruption and Confusion, a dissuasive Cures, Christ's bodily, immediate ;
from the danger of them .........

v. 390

bis spiritual, gradual... No. 88. ri 101
Corruptions, peace with them is war Curiosity, to avoid it in the disquisitios

against God..... No. 30. vi. 327 of truths, a rule of Moderation. vii. 440
Cottage, Meditation on the sight of an

-, to set bounds thereto, a way
old, unthatched one.........

vi. 203
of Peace ......

71
Councils, the ancient for priests' mar- Custom cannot plead for Error..... No.
riages, the later against them.... ix. 167

98. vi. 45
Counsellor, Solomon's description of Custom of Sinning, leads to Security.
one, digested from Proverbs and

vii. 558
Ecclesiastes........

46

Cyrus makes proclamation for the re-
Countenance, discovers the disposition building of Jerusalem............. ii. 153

of the heart............... No. 72. vi. 69
Country, the universality of a wise man's, Damned Souls, their woeful Estate.
a comfort under banishment... viii. 164

vi. 502
the right that Christians have Dan. xii. 11, 12. explained.......... X. 86
in every one, and in God, a comfort Dungers threatened for disotedience.
under banishment................
.... viii, 166

. 95
Courtier, Epistle to the gentlemen of

a cause for Mourning...... 5. 563
Prince Henry's Court, describing a David, Satan moveth bim to number
good and faithful one...... vji. 194 the people....

..... i. 114
Solomon's description of one,

in a strait, chooseth three years
digested from Proverbs and Eccle-

Pestilence..
siastes.......

49

anointed by Samuel...... i. S09
Coventry and Litchfield, Thomas Lord

his confidence built upon Go-
Bishop of, Letter of Bishop Hall

liath's sin and God's deliverance. i. 316
to him....

ix. 317
Marries Michal ...

i. 392

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David, his eating the shew-bread jus- Death but a sleep....

viii. 192
tified by our Saviour..

i. 328

sweetened to us by Christ. viü. 193
his fear that he should one day

the painfulness of Christ's, a
perish by the hand of Saul........ i. 340 comfort against the pains of it. viii. 193
his dissimulation brings him into

the courageous resolutions of
difficulties.........

i. 342 others in the prospect of it, a com-
comforteth himself in the Lord

fort against it..

viii. 195
his God.......

i. 349

its happy advantages viii. 196
danceth before the Ark......... i. 365

the fear of it natural........

viji. 187
his behaviour on the sickness --:- acquaintance with it the re-
and death of bis child................ i. 383 medy of its fear................. viii. 188
his tenderness for Absalom con-

the misapprebension thereof.
sidered as typical.......
i. 402

viii. 189
his wish that he had died for

the common condition of men.
Absalom, love of the Saviour in

vii. 189
dying for his enemies compared

not feared by some......... viii. 190
with it........

i. 405

day of, better than our birth-
his charge to Solomon.......... i. 424 day...

viii. 191
Days, each one a new life. No. 11. vi. 51

its sting pulled out.......... viii. 191
both common and holy, Epistle to

but a parting to meet again.viii. 191
Lord Denny, on the proper way of Death-bed, Man's double prospect
spending them........
vii. 254

No. 39. vi. 11
Death not partial......

i. 353

thoughts and speeches,
the circumstances of it various.

commonly such as the delights and

ii. 94 cares of health.......... No. 82. vi. 99
Three Messengers of...No. 18. Death Eternal contrasted with Tem.
vi. 8 poral Death..

.............. i. 202
-, folly of being unwilling to meet

conquered by Christ, v. 250
it.......

No. 70. vi. 68 Dealh's-head, Meditation on the sight
ofttimes met with less fear by

of one..........

vi. 201
the Timorous than the Courageous. Death's Remembrancers, Soliloquy on.
No. 3. vi. 32

vi. 369
cause of our fear of it. No. 32. Dedications and Addresses to the fol-

vi. 89 lowing persons :
-, in a sudden extremity of it,

Bacon, Sir Edmund, Knight.. vi. 47
hard for the best Man to lay hold

Baker, Sir Henry, Knt. and Bart.
of his stay.........
No. 65. vi, 96

v. 99
-, argues not displeasure. No. 74.

Burleigh, William, Lord....

i. 361
vi. 97 Burton, Mr. Samuel......... x. 259
to be met in our minds, ere he

Canterbury, George, Lord Arch-
seize upon our bodies... No. 77. vi. 98

bishop of...

ix. 79
the fear of it natural... No. 67.

Carlisle, James, Lord Viscount. vi. 105

vi. 283 Cecil, General Sir Edward,
Faith's and Nature's views of it.

Knight......

ii. 223
No. 83. vi. 294 Charles, Prince of Great Britain.
its Importunity and Terror. vii. 21

i. 80
the grounds of the Fear of. vii. 21 Charles I....ii. 67, 192. iii. 3.
Remedy of the fear of...... vii.

23

ix. 501, 507, 641
the Pattern of a Meditation

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Christ, all that love him in since-
thereon.......

vii. 73
rity ..

vi. 421
----, Epistle against the Fear of it.

his distressed members.
vii. 144

viii. 105
Epistle to Sir Andrew Asteley,

Cburch of God.......

ix. 27
on due Preparation for it, and the

England ........ ix. 379
Means to sweeten it to us....... vii. 173 Danvers, Sir Henry, Knight.... i. 208
the Fear of, dangerous Effects

Denny, Edward, Lord..... 37,
of it...

rii. 424

132. ii. 2. v. 146, 410. vi. 81.
, strong Motives for
the Remedy of it..

vii. 425 Doncaster, James, Lord Vis.
the considerations requisite to

count....

vi. 104
contentment in the view thereof.viii. 25 Drury, Sir Robert, Knight ... vi. 3
the favour of a peaceable passage

the Lady

vi. 25
out of the world thereby, a comfort

Durbam, Thomas, Lord Bishop
under sickness........

viji. 115
of......

viii. 351
its fears and pains, Comforts

Edmonds, Sir Thomas, Knight. i. 302
aganst enumerated ............... viii. 187 Egerton, Sir Thomas, Knight. i. 176

x. 225
viii. 43

v. 167

the

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Essex, Robert, Earl of......... X. 7 Desires must be confined within due
Exeter, Thomas, Earl of....... i. 3 bounds

Countess of..........., v. 193 -, Acceptation of, Soliloquy on.
-, City of..........
v. 426

vi. S06
Clergy of the Diocese

the Moderation of them eu-
of..
vii. 294 forced...

vii. 409
Diocese of..... ix. 223 ---, a double Remedy of the in-
Fenton, Thomas, Lord Vis.

moderation of them; the due con-
count..

i. 111 sideration of our condition, and of
God's Faithful People every

the object of our desires......... vii. 414
where ....

ix. 787 -.., a resolution to abate iken, re.
Greville, Sir Fulke, Knight..... i. 238 quisite to Contentment......... viii. S3
Gifford, John, Esq..

ii. 256 Desires and Endeavours, good, a comfort
Hay, James, Lord ....... 58, 269, 448 under weakness of Grace...... viti. 140
Master Robert

i. 155 Desires of the full possession of Glory
Henry, Prince of Wales, i. 2. and Happiness, the Soul expressing
vii. 119, 225. ix. 22
them ...

vi. 410
Herbert, Mr. George, viii, 501,

511. From him. viii. 512 Soul prosecuting them ............. vi. 411
Huntingdon, Henry Earl of. i. 81. vii. 3 Desolations and Judgments, the works
Israel of God, who follow Absa-

of God.........
lom with a simple heart ... ix. 337 Determinations, private, not to be im-
James I. ....

ix. 819 posed as matters of Faith ........ Fin. 360
Lea, Sir Richard, Knt......... vii. 43 Detractor, a beast........

5. 327
London, Thomas, Lord Bishop Devil, freedom from him by Christ.v. 371
of ...

3

makes fools of men by his de.
Mildmay, Sir Henry, Knight...i. 413 lusions..................... No. 46. vi. 271
Montgomery, Philip, Earl of...i. 330 Devils, their number, power, know-
Norwich, Clergy of the Diocese ledge, &c. See Angels, Esil.
of........

Christ accused of casting
Earl of.

......... V. 392 them out through Beelzebub the
Parliament, High Court of... ix. 723 Prince of the Devils............... ii. 266
Pembroke, William, Earl of... V. 183 Devotion must be the companion of
People of God every where... ix. 787 Mourning
Reader, The...ji. 288,366. iii. 5.

--, the Rule of, Soliloquy on, vi. 335
v. 22. vi. 106, 245. vii. 83,

the Extremes of, Soliloquy
333, 485. viii. 3, 253, 271,

on.....

vi. 59:
373, 497. ix. 707. X. 132 ---, distinguished into habitual
Russell, Francis, Lord.......... j. 393 and actual......

rii. 486
Stanhope, Lord

i. 21 --, requisites to its effectual
Swinerton, Sir John, Knight ... v. 77 performance...

vii. 488
Yelverton, Sir Henry, Knight. ii. 193

habitual, described.. vii. 490
Defamation, Meditation on one dis-

-, actual, described......... vi. 494
persed...
...........vi. 174

-, Specialties thereof vü. 514
Degrees, none in the life and death of Devout Soul: OR, RULES OF HEA.
the body, but in the life to come

VENLY DEVOTION................ VÜ 483
and in the second death. No. 36. vi 329 Devout Man, summary view of one.
Deliverance from our Enemies, a bless-

vii. 514
ing.....

....... V. 93 Dial, Meditation on the sight of one.
--, holy incentives of divine

mi. 108
thoughls concerning the Means of Didymus, blind, of Alexandria, Ac-
it, included in Prayer..........
vii. 499 count of him........

vü. 302
joyful Apprehension and Die for God, why should we think
thankful Acknowledgment of it, in-

inuch to do it, who see thousands of
cluded in Prayer........

vii. 499 creatures die for our use? No. 21. v. 57
Deluge, its prevalence ................ !! 19 Diet, Analogy between natural and
abates.......

i. 20 spiritual................... No. 99, vi. 46
Desertion, Satan's Temptation to think Difference, not so much betwixt a Man

God has left us therein, repelled..viii. 318 and a Beast, as betwixt a Christian
Deservings, our sufferings far below and a natural Man ......No. 34. ri. 31
them, a comfort under sickness.

made by Men betwixt Ser-
viij.ie

vants, Friends, and Sons ; none by
Desire ofttimes makes us unthankful.

... No. 21. vi. 55
No. 20. vi. 28 Differences, lesser, to draw therein as
the haste of, Soliloquy on. near as we safely may to Christian Ad.

vi. 368 versaries, a rule of Moderation. vii, 461

5. 573

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Dignity and Desert, make a Man set Draw nigh to God, happiness of the
by.
........No. 28. vi.
9 Man who doth it.......

v. 508
Disciples, their drowsiness in the Gar- Drawing Nigh to God, the Duty and
den of Gethsemane

.... ii. 472 Encouragement of, Sermon on... V. 497
DISCONTENTMENT, THE REMEDY OP:

a Duty...................... v. 498
or, A TREATISE OF CONTENTA-

implies Distance........ v. 498
TION IN WHATSOEVER CONDITION.

, many ways of doing so.
vii. 1

v. 502
the Consideration

Inducement to it........ V. 505
of its Miseries, requisite to Content- Draw nigh to us, God will, in his Or-

viii. 19 dinances
Discontentments, smaller, a resolution to

--, God will, in his Audi.
digest them, requisite to Content-

........ V. 506
ment.......

viji. 35

God will, in his Grace and
Discouragement, Ten of Satan's Temp-

Favour...

v. 507
tations thereto, repelled......... viii. 299

God will, to our Aid..... V. 507
Disposition, Spirit of God rectifies it. Dreams, the nature of them...No. 20.
v. 558

vi. 54
Dispositions, Mens', differences in them. Dress, much allowable latitude and
No. 10. vi. 249 variety therein........

.......... V. 488
Dissension, indiscreet meddling with Drunkard, a Beast.....

............. V. 325
the fire of it, tends to kindle, rather Drunkenness and Cove tousness, resem.
than to quench the flame...No. 52.

ble each other.............No. 48. vi. 13

vi. 33 Duration, unchangeable, Soliloquy on.
Distractions to be removed in order to

vi. 343
Devotion ...

vii. 496 Duty, deferring of it makes it irk.
Distribution, equal, Soliloquy on... vi. 354 some...

.... No. 50, vi. 33
Distrust, with the Remedy thereof. Dwarf, Meditation on the sight of
vii. 380

vi. 222
Distrustful, The, Character of... vii. 111
Distrustful Fears, the Soul struggling Ear, the Deaf one, to be avoided... V. 281
with them.....

No. 7. vi. 318 the Itcbingone, to be avoided. v. 281
Divine Service in an Unknown Tongue,

inward, its better condition, a
the Newness of it......

9. 270 comfort under the loss of hearing.
against Scripture... ix. 278

viii, 174
against Reason..... ix. 273 Earnest, sure, Soliloquy on......... vi. 378
Divine things, not to be judged of ac- Earth, if delightful, much more Hea.
cording to appearance ............. V. 126

ven.....

......No. 21. vi, 8
Divines, Epistle to Mr. Wm. Bedell at

a preparative for Heaven and
Venice, lamenting the death of se-

Hell.....

No. 44. vi. 61
veral, and inviting to imitate them.

wherefore a Christian cleaves
vii. 137 to it...

.........No. 94. vi. 75
Divinity, superiority of it to all other

our Mother, our Stage, and
Arts....

.......No. 50. vi. 92 our Grave.......... ......No. 99. vi. 77
Division, the cure of it must be by

the Greatness of God to be seen
uniting the hearts of men one to thereio..

vii, 352
another

.......... V. 466 Earthly Affairs, God's counsel in
Divisions among Christians, a complaint them wonderful............ No. 9. vi, 319

of them; and, notwithstanding Earthly Things, the just valuation of

them, an assertion of unity.....viii. 244 them, requisite to Contentment,
Doctrine and Exhortation must be

viji.
united......
..No. 35. vi. 59

their transitory na-
Dog, Medit. on the barking of one. vi, 126

ture........

viji, 9
Dormouse, Meditation on the sight of

the unsatisfying con-

vi. 156 dition of them.................. . viii. 11
Doubtingly, nothing to be so done. vii. 33

the danger of over.
Dove sent forth from the Ark...... i. 20 esteeming them

viii. 12
its Amiableness, an emblem of Earthly Goods, their fickle nature, a
the Churcb.............

comfort under their loss......... viii. 155
its Harmlessness, an emblem

not ours, but lent us, a
of the Church.......

comfort under their loss vüj. 156
Draw migh to God, in attending his Or. Earthquake, at the Resurrection of
dinances.....

Cbrist.......

xi. 505
, we do, when we re-

--, passive, of Public Cala-
ceive bis Spirit.......
"..v. 501

..... v, 457

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V. 266

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Earthquake, active, of Public Calami. Enemies, mercy of God in restraining
ties..

V, 458 spiritual ones from our sigbt...... ii. 533
-, Meditation on the first

of the Gospel, their Cruelty.
rumour of one at Lime ........... vi. 155
Earthquakes, Public calamities of

of the Church, a multitude.... 51
States are such ....

of the Church, their defeat. v. 261
-, or Calamities, parallel

of the Church, God only can
effects of them in States and

defeat them.
Churches.......

... . 460

- spiritual, comforts against the
Eclipse of the Sun, Meditation on the fear of them enumerated ...... viii. 201
sight of one

vi. 109

the restraint of them, and
Ecclesiastical Courts, sins falsely al-

their overmatching by the power of
leged to be sold in those of Eng-

God..........

viii. 133
land

ix. 435 Enemy, none can hurt us, but by our
Education, religious, its advantages.. ii. 47 own hands........ No. 92, vi. 43
Egypt, Joseph and Mary with the ENOCH, or a Treatise on the Max.
Babe fee thither

ü, 218 NER of WALKING WITH GOD.
Ejaculations may be either at large,

vii. 993
in the way of Humiliation, Implora- Enoch, his walking with God. No. 5,
tion, and Thanksgiving; or occa-

vi, 31.
sional......

vii. 492 En rious, the Character of ..... vii, 114
Elect, their condition, a comfort against Enoy in every Man's nature......... i. '16
the terrors of Judgment .. viii. 198

Eliab's of David...............

i. $15
Satan's Temptation to think that

and Glory follow every rirtuous
God sees no sin in them, repelled. viü. 326 Action

No. 49. vi 63
Election explained........

...... V. 591

one of the Inconveniences
the sick soul's complaint of which commonly attend the Great.
uncertainty in matter thereof, an.

15
swered.

viii. 127 an inward ground of conten-
Satan's Temptation to doubt of tion ....

Fin.

61
a share therein, repelled.. vii. 313 Epicurean resolution, “ Let us eat and

Satan's Temptation to think drink, for to-morrow we die," the
that on account of it, men may live as folly of it..................No. 27. i 88
they list, repelled.

viii. 329 Epicureans, Account of them...... FİL. 312
Eli, bis submission to the sentence EPISCOPACY BY DIVINE RIGHT AS-
of God

....... i. 266
SERTED..........

ir. 505
Elijah prophesies there shall be no

Episcopacy, whether that of the Church
rain......

i. 475 of England be Anticbristian.... ix. 430
fed by the Ravens.......... i. 476

the judgment and practice
restores the Widow's Son to

of the Reformed Churches thereon.
life.....
i. 480

ix. 433
prays, and rain sent........... i. 458

the judgment of the Ger-
under the Juniper tree i. 491

man Reformers thereon

ix. 514
in the cave

i. 492

the attestation of famous
his fiery rapture.....No. 49. vi. 334 Foreign Divines to that of the
Elimelech, bis Sons marry two Mo- Church of England. ................ ix. 51)
abitish Women

i. 248

not willingly relinquisbed
and his family remove by Foreigo Churches........ ix. 517
from Bethlehem Judah into Moab.

--, xv Postulata on this sub-
i. 248 ject.........

is. 529
Elisha called

i. 494

bas two sorts of enemies.
bis suit to Elijah for a double

ix. 544
portion of his spirit

ii. 29

its estate and order de-
encreaseth the Widow's oil...j. 39 duced from the Apostles to the Pri-
- guarded by an invisible army. mitive Bishops .....

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ix. 503
ii. 59

-", exceptions against the
his death ....

ii. 96 English answered.................. ix. 587
Elizabeth, Queen, Panegyric upon her.

supported by the practice
87

of the whole Christian World... ix. 591
Emerods, the Philistines smitten with

records suppressed on the
them..
............. 272 subject.......

ix. 596
End, the neur approach to it, an ad-

- both universal and anal-
vantage of old age.. .... viii. 187 terable.........

ix. 599
Enemies of the Cross of Christ, two

-, a summary view of its
sorts of them....... ............ 216

proofs........

ix. 619

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