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THE

WHOLE WORKS

OF THE

RIGHT REV. JEREMY TAYLOR, D.D.

LORD BISHOP OF DOWN, CONNOR, AND DROMORE:

WITH

AN ESSAY,

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

LONDON:

FREDERICK WESTLEY AND A. H. DAVIS.

STEREOTYPED AND PRINTED BY J. R. AND C. CHILDS.

MDCCCXXXV.

ARVIDO UNIVERY

LIB; ARY

CONTENTS

OF THE SECOND VOLUME.

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TEN SERMONS,

I Cor. sv. 23.

But every man in his own order; Christ the first-fruits,

afterwards they that are Christ's at his coming.

SERMON VIII.

A SUPPLEMENT OF THE ENIAYTOE. Countess of Carbery's Funeral Sermon . . 79

2 Sam. xiv. 14.

SERMON 1.

PAGE | For we must needs die, and are as water spilt on the ground,

which cannot be gathered up again: neither doth God re-

The Righteousness Evangelical

3 spect any person; yet doth he devise means that his

Matt. v. 20.

banished be not expelled from him.

For I say unto you, that except your righteousness exceed

SERMON IX.

the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in Preached upon the Anniversary of the Gunpowder

no case enter into the kingdom of heaven.

Treason

SERMON IL

Luke ix. 54.

The Christian's Conquest over the Body of Sin . 11 But when James and John saw this, they said, Lord, wilt

Rom. vii. 19.

thou that we command fire to come down from heaven,

and consume them, even as Elias did ?

For the good that I would I do not : but the evil which I

would not, that I do.

SERMON X. XI.

SERMON III.

The Minister's Duty in Life and Doctrine . 111, 120

Faith working by Love

.

Tit. ii, 7, 8.

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James ii, 24.

In all things showing thyself a pattern of good works : in

doctrine showing uncorruptness, gravity, sincerity ;

Ye see then how that by works a man is justified, and not by sound speech that cannot be condemned, that he that is of
faith only.

the contrary part may be ashamed, having no evil thing to

SERMON IV.

say of you.

Preached at an Episcopal Consecration

SERMON XII.

Luke xii. 42, 43.

Sir George Dalston's Funeral Sermon

. 130

And the Lord said, Who then is that faithful and wise

1 Cor. xv. 19.

steward, whom his Lord shall make ruler over his house- | If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all

hold, to give them their portion of meat in due season ?

men most miserable.

Blessed is that servant whom his Lord, when he cometh,

shall find so doing.

SERMON V.

Preached at the opening of the Parliament of Ireland 40 |

1 Sam. xv. 22, 23.

OF THE SACRED ORDER AND OFFICES

Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than

the fat of rams :-For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft,

and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.

OF EPISCOPACY

SERMON VI.

146

Via Intelligentiæ

• . . . 52

John vii. 17.

SECTION I.

\ If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, | Christ did institute a Government in his Church . 149

whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself.

SECTION IT.

SERMON VII.

| This Government was first committed to the Apostles

Preached at the Funeral of the Lord Primate of Ireland 66 by Christ

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SECTION III.

With a Power of joining others, and appointing Suc-

cessors in the Apostolate .

SECTION IV.

The Succession into the ordinary Office of Apostulate

is made by Bishops . . . . .

SECTION V.

And Office . . . . . .

SECTION VI.

Which Christ hunself hath made distinct from Pres-

byters

·

SECTION VII.

Giving to Apostles a power to do some Offices perpe-

tually necessary, which to others he gave not .

SECTION VIII.

And Confirmation

SECTION IX.

And superiority of Jurisdiction . .

SECTION X.

So that Bishops are Successors in the Office of A postle-

ship, according to the general Tenet of Antiquity

SECTION XI.

And particularly of St. Peter . . . .

SECTION XII.

And the Institution of Episcopacy, as well as the Apos.

tolate, expressed to be Divine, by primitive Authority

SECTION XIII.

In pursuance of the Divine Institution, the Apostles

did ordain Bishops in several Churches . .

SECTION XIV.

St. Timothy, at Ephesus

SECTION XV.

St. 'Titus, at Crete . . . . .

SECTION XVI.

St. Mark, at Alexandria

SECTION XVII.

St. Linus and St. Clement, at Rome.

SECTION XVIII.

St. Polycarp, at Smyrna, and divers others. .

SECTION XIX

So that Episcopacy is, at least, an Apostolical Ordi.

nance; of the same Authority with many other

Points generally believed .

SECTION XX.

And was an Office of Power and great Authority

SECTION XXI.

Not lessened by the Assistance and Counsel of Pres-

byters

· ·

SECTION XXII.

And all this hath been the Faith and Practice of Chris-

tendom . . . . . .

SECTION XXIII.

Who first distinguished Names, used before in common

SECTION XXIV.

Appropriating the word “ Episcopus” or Bishop to the

cme Church-officer

:

SECTION XXV.

Calling the Bishop, and him only, the Pastor of the

Church

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SECTION XXVIII.

And these were a distinct Order from the rest

SECTION XXIX.

To which the Presbyterate was but a Degree . .

SECTION XXX.

154 | There being a peculiar Manner of Ordination to a

. Bishopric

:

SECTION XXXI.

To which Presbyters never did assist by imposing

Hands

SECTION XXXU.

For Bishops had a Power distinct and superior to that

of Presbyters. As of Ordination .

157

SECTION XXXIII.

And Confirmation

SECTION XXXIV.

And Jurisdiction. Which they expressed in Attributes

of Authority and great Power . . .

162

SECTION XXXV.

Requiring Universal Obedience to be given to Bishops

by Clergy and Laity

. . .

164

SECTION XXXVI.

Appointing them to be Judges of the Clergy and Spi-

ritual Causes of the Laity . .

166

SECTION XXXVII.

Forbidding Presbyters to officiate without Episcopal

License

167

SECTION XXXVIII.

Reserving Church-Goods to Episcopal Dispensation .

SECTION XXXIX.

Forbidding Presbyters to leave their own Diocess, or

to travel, without leave of the Bishop . .

SECTION XL.

And the Bishop had Power to prefer which of his

Clerks he pleased . . . . .

SECTION XLI.

Bishops only did vote in Councils, and neither Pres-

byters nor People . . .

SECTION XLII.

And the Bishop had a Propriety in the Persons of

Clerks

SECTION XLII.

175 Their Jurisdiction was over many Congregations, or

Parishes

. . . . . .

SECTION XLIV.

175 | And was aided by Presbyters, but not impaired

SECTION XLV.

191 | So that the Government of the Church by Bishops was

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believed necessary ..

SECTION XLVI.

181 For they are Schismatics, that separate from their

Bishop

SECTION XLVII.

184 And Heretics . .

SECTION XLVIII.

And Bishops were always in the Church, Men of great

Honour

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