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Essex, Robert, Earl of........, X. 7 Desires must be confined within due
Exeter, Thomas, Earl of....... i. 3 bounds .......... ............ V. 467

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

vi. 366
-, Clergy of the Diocese

, the Moderation of them en-
of............................

............... vii. 294 forced............................... vii. 409
Diocese of..... ...... ix. 223 ---, a double Remedy of the im-
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 them, re-
Greville, Sir Fulke, Knight..... i. 238 quisite to Contentment......... vii. 33
Gifford, John, Esq. ............. ii. 256 Desires and Endeavours, good, a comfort
Hay, James, Lord....... 58, 269, 448 under weakness of Grace...... viii. 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,

- the
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................................. V. 474
lom with a simple heart ... ix. 337 Determinations, private, not to be im-
James I. ............ .............. ix. 819 posed as matters of Faith ........vii. 360
Lea, Sir Richard, Kat......... vii. 43 Detractor, a beast....................... Y. 327
London, Thomas, Lord Bishop Devil, freedom from him by Christ. v. 371

................ V. 3 - makes fools of men by his de-
Mildmay, Sir Henry, Knight...i. 413 lusions..................... No. 46. vi. 971
Montgomery, Philip, Earl of...i. 330 Devils, their number, power, know-
Norwich, Clergy of the Diocese ledge, &c. See Angels, Evil.
of............................... viii. 43 - 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 ........ ........ v. 579
Reader, The...ji, 288, 366. ii. 5.

- , the Rule of, Soliloquy on. vi. 385
v. 22. vi. 106, 245. vii, 83,

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

on....
373, 497. ix. 707. X. 132 .., distinguished into habitual
Russell, Francis, Lord.......... i, 393 and actual..

..........., vü, 486
Stanhope, Lord .................. i. 21 -, requisites to its effectual
Swinerton, Sir John, Knight ... V. 77 performance........ .......... vii. 458

Yelverton, Sir Henry, Knight. ii. 193. -., habitual, described...... vii. 490
Defamation, Meditation on one dis-

-, actual, described......... vii. 494
persed............ ..............vi, 174 L., Specialties thereof ...... vii, 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................. vii. 485
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

pi, 108
thoughts concerning the Means of Didymus, blind, of Alexandria, Ac-
it, included in Prayer............. vii. 499 count of him........................ vii. 309

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

much to do it, who see thousands of
cluded in Prayer................... vii. 499 creatures die for our use? No. 21. vi. 87
Deluge, its prevalence............... i. 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. vi. 31
them, a comfort under sickness. - made by Men betwixt Ser

viii. 12 vants, Friends, and Sons ; pone by
Desire ofttimes makes us unthankful.

God......................., 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.

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

........ vi. 391

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Dignity and Desert, make a Man set Draw nigk 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 ............... ji. 472 Encouragement of, Sermon on... v. 497
DISCONTENTMENT, THE REMEDY OF:

- , a Duty..................... Vi 498
or, A TREATISE OF CONTENTA - , implies Distance........ V. 498
TION IN WHATSOEVER CONDITION.

, many ways of doing so.
viii. 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-
ment ................................ viii.

dinances....

.......... V, 505
Discontentments, smaller, a resolution to

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

ence........

.............. v. 506
ment.................................. viii. 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 Covetousness, 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 .......

....... ...... vij. 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 one .........

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

with them.................. No. 7. vi. 318 ---, the Itching one, to be avoided. v. 281
Divine Service in an Unknown Tongue, -., inward, its better condition, a
the Newness of it................. 9. 270 cornfort under the loss of hearing.
-- against Scripture... ix. 272

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

8

Ven...........................No, 21.vi.
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, 175
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

therein.............................. Vil

.... vii. 352
another

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. 9
united.......................No. 35. vi. 59

, their transitory na
Dog, Medit. on the barking of one, vi, 126 ture................................. viii. 9
Dormouse, Meditation on the sight of

- , the unsatisfying con-
one........................................ 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 Church........... ............ V, 266 comfort under their loss......... viii. 155
its Harmlessness, an emblem

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

........... V. 268

comfort under their loss ........ viii, 156
Draw nigh to God, in attending bis Or. Earthquake, at the Resurrection of
dinances...........

........, v. 501 Christ........... ............. xi, 505
-, we do, when we re-

- , passive, of Public Cala-
ceive his Spirit...................... V, 501 mities.......

.......... 9, 437

-

........ V. 466

tard. Ar

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

............................... V. 458 spiritual ones from our sight...... ii. 338
, 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...v. 256
States are such ...... ......... v, 456

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

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

defeat them. .......................... 5. 262
Churches............................ V. 460

shiritual comfort against the
Eclipse of the Sun, Meditation on the

fear of them enumerated ...... vii. 201
sight of one ... ...... ....... vi. 109 , the restraint of them, and
Ecclesiastical Courts, sins falsely al-

their oyermatching 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 MAN-

Babe flee thither .................. ii. 218 NER of WALKING WITH GOD.
Ejaculations may be either at large,

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

vi. 312
sional................................. vii. 4.92 Envious, the Character of ......... vii. 114
Elect, their condition, a comfort against Envy in every Man's nature........, i. 16
the terrors of Judgment ........ viii. 198 - Eliab's of David................ i. 315

, Satan's Temptation to think that - and Glory follow every rirtuous
God sees no sin in them, repelled. viii. 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.

viii. 15
swered. ........................... viii. 127 - an inward ground of conten-
---, Satan's Temptation to doubt of

tion ................................. viii. 61
a share therein, repelled.. ...... viii. 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. vi. 88
they list, repelled ................ viii. 329 Epicureans, Account of them......vii. 312
Eli, his submission to the sentence EPISCOPACY BY DIVINE RIGHT As-
of God ................................ i. 266

................... ix, 505
Elijah prophesies there shall be no Episcopacy, whether that of the Church
rain......................................, i. 475 of England be Antichristian.... ix. 430
fed by the Ravens.............. i. 476 -

the judgment and practice
- restores the Widow's Son to

of the Reformed Churches thereop.
............. i. 480

ix, 432
- prays, and rain sent........... i. 488

-, 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, his Sons marry two Mo-

Church of England................ ix. 515
abitish Women .....

-, not willingly relinquished
- and his family remove by Foreign Churches............. ix. 517
from Bethlehem Judah into Moab.

L ., xv Postulata on this sub-

i. 248 ject.............. ............. ix. 529
Elisha called .......

.... i. 494

- , has 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...ii. 39 duced from the Apostles to the Pri-
---guarded by an invisible army. mitive Bishops ......... ........... ix. 563

ii. 59

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

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

--- supported by the practice

v. 87 of the whole Christian World... ix. 591
Emerods, the Philistines smitten with

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

............. ix. 594
End, the near approach to it, an ad-

- both universal and unal-
vantage of old age............... viii. 187 terable.......... ........... ix. 599
Enemies of the Cross of Christ, two

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

...... v. 216
proofs.....

......... ix. 619

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Episcopacy, address to the Members

James, Mr. Thomas, of Oxford.
of the Church of Scotland thereon.

vii. 215
ix. 620

Knight, Mr. William........... vii. 251
-address to Englishmen

L., Mr. T........................ vii. 188
thereon...

......... ix. 623 L., Mr. W........................ vii. 184
, no prejudice to Sovereign-

Lea, Sir Richard, since deceased.
| ty..........
......... ix. 689

vii. 238
- , the Judgment of Sculte-

Lucy, Sir Edmund............. vii. 186
tus thereon......................... ix. 709 Milburne, Doctor............... vii. 261
- , unvaried, while Civil Po-

Milward, Mr. Matthew ....... vii. 203
lity not so.............. ix. 629, 644, 733 Mole, Mr. John, of a long time
EPISTLES. VI Decades.

now Prisoner under the Inqui-
-- Decade I................. vii. 120

sition at Rome............... vii. 277
Decade II................ vii. 146 Moulin, M. Peter, Preacher of
-- Decade III................ vii. 171

the Church at Paris......... vii. 241
- Decade IV ............... vii. 198 Murray, Sir David............. vii. 133
. Decade V................ vii. 226 Newton, Mr. Tutor to the Prince.
. Decade VI............... vii. 254

- vii. 126
-- Addressed to the following

P., Mr. A. ....................... vii. 211
Persons:

P., Mr. J.......................... vii. 205
A., Mr. E......................... vii. 217 R., Mr. W. dedicated to Mr.
A, Mr. I., Merchant.......... vii.

Thomas Burly ......... ..... vii. 164
Alleyne, Mr. Ed................ vii. 213 Reigesbergius, Mr. Jonas, in
Asteley, Sir Andrew........... vii. 173

Zealand........................, vii. 271
B., Mr. E. dedicated to Sir

Readers, All..................... vii. 280
George Goring...............

246 S., Mr. T. dedicated to Sir Fulke
B., Mr. I......................... vii. 269

Grevill......................... vii. 257
B., Mr. J. and dedicated to my

Sleigh, Mr. Edmund........... vii. 182
Father, Mr. J. Hall......... vii. 144 Smith, Mr. and Mr. Rob. Ring-
B., Mr. R........................ vii. 219

leaders of the late Separation
Bacon, Sir Edmund............ vii. 147

at Amsterdam................ vii. 171
Bath and Wells, The Lord Bishop

Sotheby, Mr. Samuel......... vii. 159-
of...........
............ vii. 226

Sutton, Mr. Thomas........... vii. 243
Bedell, Mr. William, at Venice.

W., Mr. J. written long since. vii. 263

vii. 137 Wadsworth, Mr. Jacob, lately re-
Brinsly, Mrs. B., my Sister... vii. 155

volted, in Spain.............. vii. 120
Buchipski, Stanislaus, late Secre-

Wenyffe, Mr. George, my Fa-
tary to Demetrius, Emperor of

ther-in Law.................. vij. 163
Russia.......................... vii. 161 Whiting, Mr. John............. vii. 149
Burton, Mr. Samuel, Archdeacon

Worcester, The Lord Bishop of. vij. 230
of Gloucester ..

vii. 176 EPISTLES. Written on the following
Challoner, Sir Thomas......... vii. 128

Subjects :-
Cholmley, Mr. Hugh. ........ vii. 157 Afflictions, their comfortable Re-
Darcy, Sir Robert...............

vii. 146

medies.......................... vii. 238
Denny, Lord......................

22 Arminius, thoughts on some New
The same.............

Opinions broached under his
Denny, Lady Mary............ vii. 233

Name in Holland...... ..... vii. 271
Drury, Sir Robert, and his Lady.

Baptism, its Necessity, and the
vij. 142

Estate of those which necessa-
Essex, The Earl of............. vii. 139 rily want it................... vii. 235
P., Mr. I., one of the Company

Beneficence, early and cheerful,
of the Turkish Merchants. vii. 192

urged......................... vii. 243
F., Mr. W., and dedicated to Mr.

Carriage, Christian and Civil,
Robert Jermin............... vii. 200

Rules of good advice for it. vij. 280
Fitzwilliams, Mr. Walter..... vii. 198 Cheerfulness, Christian, an Exci-
Fleetwood, Sir George......... vii. 258

tation thereto................. vii. 163
Gentlemen of his Highness's

Christian, the Description of him,
Court.........
............. vi. 194

and his Differences from the
Hall, Mr, Sa., my Brother... vii. 208 Worldling ....................... vii. 233
Harrington, Sir John.......... vii. 248

, his continual Exercise;
Hay, Lord......................... vii. 124. how he may keep bis Heart
Hay, Lady Honoria............. vii. 235 . from Hardness, and his Ways
Haye, Mr. Robert........ ..... vii. 190

from Error...... .............. vii. 190
J., W, condemned for Murder.

- S , the estate of a true
vii. 274

but weak one, described... vii. 146

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Christianily, a Discourse of its

Imprisonment, of the Comforts of.
Hardness; and the abundant

vii. 161
Recompence, in its Pleasures

Infidels and Heretics, how far and
and Commodities............ vii. 182 wherein Conversation and Trade
Church, Apostolical, the difference

with them are allowable..... vii. 199
of the Present Church from it,

Losses, worldly, against Sorrow
and the Needlessness of our

for them ................ ..... vii. 167
Conformity thereto in all

Molefactor, particularly a Mur-
things .......................... vii. 230

derer, effectual preparation
Cohabitation of Man and Wife,

of one for Death............ vii. 274
whether it may be renounced,

Marriage of Ecclesiastical Persons,
for secular or religious causes.

defended...................... vii. 149

vii. 243 Martyrdom., Encouragements to.
Combats, Single, their bloody

vii, 277
Use, Injustice, Danger, and

Ministerial Function, the great
Sinfulness..................... vii. 200 Charge thereof; with Direc-
Courtier, Description of a good

tions for due Preparation there-
and faithful one.............. vii. 194

unto, and Carriage therein. vii. 208
Days, bnth common and koly, how

Ministry, Encouragements to per-
they should be spent........ vii. 254

severance in, under conceit of
Death, a Discourse of due Pre-

Insufficiency and want of Af-
paration for it, and the Means

fection................... ..... vii. 251
to sweeten it to us.......... vii. 173 Miracles of our Time, either
Arguments against the

falsely reported, or falsely
Fear of it......... ............ vii. 144 done, or falsely miraculous,
Dissensions among Protestants, an

or falsely ascribed to heaven.
insufficient ground of Unset.

vii. 153
tledness, and a comparison of

Pastor, his removal from one
them with those among the

Charge to another, Bp. Hall's
Papists........... ............... vii. 184

Thoughts on his own ....... vii. 142
Divines, Death of several la

Pestilence, whether Aeeing or
mented, and an incitation to

stay in time of it, lawful for
imitate them.................. vii. 137 ; Minister or People......... vii, 217
Divorce in the case of apparent

Pleasures, the true and lawful use
adultery, the fittest course to

of them: how we may mode-
be pursued therein by the In-

rate them; how we may enjoy
nocent Party................. vii. 188

them with safety............ vii. 198
Dulness and Heartlessness in our

Popery, its locrease; the oath of
Callings, Remedies against. vii, 246 Allegiance, and the just suffer.
Faith, true, the Signs and Proofs

ings of those, which have re-
thereof......................... vi. 211

fused it........................ vii, 205
Fathers, the bastardy of the false,

- Expostulation with one
and the corruption of the true,

revolted to it, and persuading
the grounds of the Papists'

bis Return ................... vii, 120
confidence in appealing to

, the Causes and Means
them........................... vii. 215

of its Increase............... vii. 926
Gentry, a Complaint of their mis-

- how far and wherein
education...................... vii. 269

jt destroys the Foundation. vii. 196
Glory, heavenly, the different de-

Psalms, Bp. Hall's account of bis
grees of it, and our mutual

own Metaphrase of some of
knowledge of each other a-

them........................... vii. 157
bove............................ vii. 186 Religion, the True, a Discourse
God, how to conceive of him in

of the Trial and Choice there-
our Devotions and Meditations.

of................................ vii, 176
vii. 213

Retiredness and Secrecy, the Be-
Grief immoderate for the Death of

nefit of them ................ vii. 147
Friends, Consolations under.

Russian Affairs, Bp. Hall's View
vii. 164

of them ......................... vii. 159
Henry, Prince, Gratulation for

Separation, the Injury done there.
the Hopes concerning him,

by to the Church, with its In-
with an advising Apprecation.

justice, and the Fearfulness of
vii. 126

the offence .................... vii. 171
Henry IV th of France, Reflections

, a Dissuasion from it,
on Ravillac's attempt to assas-

and its Grounds oppugned. vii. 269
sinate him. ................. vii. 241 Sin, its Remedies, and the Mo.
Honour, of True................ vii. 124 tives to avoid it.............. vij. 258

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