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Melody, sacred, Soliloquy on ...... vi. 394 Ministry, unlearned, not approved in
Men, their unwillingness to die.

the Church of England .......... ix. 449
No. 30. vi. 58 Miracles of our Time, Epistle concern-
that are in the same condition,

ing them to Sir David Murray.
speed not always alike. No. 49. vi. 273

vii. 133
their various dispositions for Miriam, her Leprosy ............... i. 122
different occupations and plea Miscarriages, the blame of them ge-

sures..................... No. 93. vi. 300 nerally put upon others...No. 20.
Mercies, Soul's misiinprovement and

vi. 258
forgetfulness of them... No. 4. vi. 317. ---, how we are to be affect-
- sure, Soliloquy on..........vi. 371

ed after them........................ VII.
Mercy of God, acknowledged in a Misery, none incident to us, wbere-

temporal Deliverance............. v. 251 of our Gracious Redeemer is not
Merit, the Romanists' View thereof sensible .............................. ii. 275
refuted .......
........... ix. 50

, to be always or never alone.
o, on the Doctrine of ......... ix. 245

No. 60. vi. 35
., Newness of the Doctrine of, ix. 245 Missal Sacrifice impeaches the Priest-
, Doctrine of, against Scrip-

Ty Office of Christ................. ix. 66
ture...
re.................................. 18. 246

- - , its Newness.........ix. 258
---, Doctrine of, against Reason.

-- , against Scripture...ix. 259
ix. 247

-, against Reason......ix. 260
Meriting Cause of a fruitful Land be Moderation must be observed in pur-

ing turned into barrenness ...... v. 239 suit of our apprehended right ... v. 467
Messengers of God, to be reverenced. MODERATION, CHRISTIAN. IN TWO
vii. 359 BOOKS......

............ vii. 383
Mice, Philistines plagued with them

in matter of Practice.
in their land ......................... i. 276

vii. 386
Michal punished with barrenness....i. 366 - M , in matter of Judgment.
Midwives, Egyptian .................. i. 60.

vii. 433
Millenarians-See Chiliasts.

, Rules
Millenium, strange conceits concern-

for attaining it..................... vii. 437
ing it........................No. 15, vi. 321

-- its Use and Neces-
Mind, the subject to be renewed....v. 296 sity............ ......... vii. 386
- proportion to be observed be.

, the Just Bounds of it,
tween what it receives and what it

in the liberal use of God's Crea-
exp
...... No. 54. vi.. 34

........... vii. 398
- to be framed to the Estate.

- Motives to it in the
No. 59. vi. 35 uses of all our pleasures. ...... vii. 407
of Man, infinite in desire, finite MOUEST OPFER TO THE ASSEMBLY OF
in capacity................. No. 64. vi. 35 DIVINES ,...........

.............. ix. 772
, the evils attending a Waver Money, Meditation on the sight of, a
ing and Inconstant one.. No. 89. vi.

piece under the Water ............vi. 154
of Man, doth both naturally Monument, Man's best, his Virtuous
overprize his own in comparison of

Actions.................... No. 70. vi. 17
others, and yet contemn and neg Mortality, Thanksgiving after Great,
Ject his own in comparison of what

Serinon on........................... V. 243
he wants. The Remedy of this Mortification of the Body, undue, re-
latter evil................ No. 98. vi. 77

probated ........................... vii. 391
Minds, the most depraved, affect Moses discovered and adopted by

not all sins................No. 10. vi. 84 Pharaoh's daughter ................ i. 63
Ministerial Function, Epistle to Mr.

- kills an Egyptian ........ ..... i.
Sa. Hall the Author's Brother, on - flees from Egypt............... i.
the Great Charge thereof: with - , his Marriage ...........
Directions for due Preparation - breaks the Tables of the Law.
thereunto, and Carriage therein, vii. 208

108
Ministers, their Insufficiency and

- his face shining............... i. 113
Non-Residence, remarks on......ix. 435 -, his Sin remembered by God. i. 151
- , whether they should en-

--, his.care for a successor...... i. 153
dure themselves silenced......... ix. 462 ---, his familiarity with God.
Ministries, their diversity............ v. 158

No. 43. vi. 270
Ministry, Epistle to Mr. Wm. Knight, --, how he saw the Invisible. vii. 336
encouraging him to persevere there-

--, how he desired to see the
in, inclining to forsake it on con-

Face of God........................ vii. 359
ceit of Insufficiency and Want of Motion unwearied, and Rest eternal,
Affection..... ....... ...... vii. 251

Soliloquy on ........

.......... vi. 397

tures ............

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Motion of a Christian in walking with Nature, sly and cumming. No. 96. vi. 301
God, is both

---, the consideration of how little
External, in a diligent observa will suffice it, requisite to content.
ance of all good enjoined. vii,314 ment............................. viii. 18

and in a careful ab- Natures of Men, all equally indispos-
stajning from every

ed to grace................ No. 42. vi. 91
evil forbiddep...vii. 317 Nebuchadnezzar besieges, and lays
Internal, in referring ourselves

waste Jerusalem.................... ii. 136
and our actions to God., vii. 318 Nehemiah a lively image of the Church

in surrendering up Militant..... ........................ ii, 153

ourselves wholly to Neutrality, in things good or evil,

him...............vji. 318 odious and prejudicial; in matters
and in thirsting after

of indifference, safe and commend-
a more full frui-

able........................, No. 26. vi. 88
tion of him.....vii. 319 Nicodemus embalms the body of Je.
Motions, first, of Sin; a resolution to re-

sus...................................... ii. 501
pel them, a means to keep the beart Night cometh, when no Man can

tender............................... vii. 370 , work ....................... No. 47. vi, 334
Motive makes a service pleasing to Noah, a faithful Teacher............. i. 18
God, or otberwise ...... No. 14. vi. 85 - entering the Ark...........

. i. 19
Mourners in Sion, a Persuasive to

his drunkenness ...............i, 22
all to become true ones.. ........ v. 574 Noah's Dove bringing an Olive Branch
Mourning, a Threefold time for it. v. 561 of Peace to the Church, Serinou on. v. 145

- to be regulated, as to the Noble, The truly, Character of... vii. 92
Quantity ........... ............ V 568 Norwich, Earl of, Epistle of Bp.
-, as to the

Hall to him on the Trueness and
Quality ..........

.......... v. 569

Visibility of the Roman Church. ix. 309
-, as to the Nourishment and the Body, their re-
Manner......

lation a resemblance of the union.
Lo , public, how to be observ. betwixt Christ and Christians. viii, 220
ed .............

........... . 570

Novelties and Wonders, those that af-
, private, to be allowed in

fect to tell them fall into many ab-
moderation ....... ........... V. 571 surdities.................... No. 19. vi. 54

must be attended with Novelty of Opinion, Satan's Temptation
Spiritual Profit .................... v. 573 to be fond thereof, repelled...... viii. 337
MUNDUS ALTER ET IDEM ......... X. 129
Murder, Epistle to one under con Oaths, how far to be allowed........ix, 447

demnation for it ................. vii. 274 Oaths and Covenants, Seven Irrefra-
Music, Meditation on hearing it by

gable Propositions concerning
night...........

them................................ ix. 502
MYSTERY OF GODLINESS .......... vi. 419 Obadiah feeds a hundred Prophets. i. 482
- - -, its Great-

- meets Elijah..................... i. 482
ness .......

........... vi. 426

Obedience, soul's desire to follow

God therein............... No. 1. vi. 317
Name, good, Deceit of affecting it,

- , cheerful, Soliloquy on. yi. 372
when we deserve either ill or no Object, the happiest, Soliloquy on...vi, 342
thing .........................No. 69. vi. 68 Objects, two, for a Christian's Eye;
God calleth his people by it.

Shortness of Life, Eternity after

No. 92. vi, 299 Death..................... No. 71. vi, 36
--, every man unwilling that his - , sad, of a free beholder's eye,
should die..................No. 11. vi. 320 a comfort under imprisonment
- of God, to be revered ; the

viii. 161
Jews scruples; our carelessness. OCCASIONAL MEDITATIONS...... vi. 103

vii. 355 Occupations, of Men, various; of An-
Names, opprobrious, not to be given

gels, one : their end must be the
to adversaries .....................viij, 366 same....................... No. 2. vi. 48
Naomi, her return to Bethlehem ... i. 249 Old Age odious when fruitless. No.54. vi. 14
Natural, Meditation on the sight of

--, the best stage of life. No. 14.
one .................................... vi. 143

vi. 52
Natural Things, not to be judged of

- Soliloquy of a Christian
according to appearance ......... v. 126 spared to it.................. No. 8. vi. 319
Nature, its frowardness. No. 46. vi. 62 Old Men and Children, to bę first
full of shifts to neglect duty.

chosen as objects of Beneficence.
No. 49. vi. 92

No. 31. ri. 30
-, Law, and Grace, divide all OLD RELIGION... ......... ix. 221
the ages of the World. No. 11, vi. 250 Onan, his Sin..

.......... i. 47
10.

2 H

..... vi. 145

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Operations, their diversity........... V. 163 Parents, Solomon's Account of them,
Opinion, Sins thereof.................. V. 566 digested from Proverbs and Eccle-
- Man's of himself formed by

siastes ............................

............... 59
comparison with others. No. 55. PARLIAMENT, SPEECHES THEREIN.
vi. 65

x. 65, 67, 70
-, God's of us to be enquired, Parling, the happy, Soliloquy on.... vi. 340
pot Men's .................No. 13. vi. 320 Parting from earthly possessions, the
Opinions, how to fix them. No. 89. Torment of, one of the Inconveni-

vi. 21 ences which commonly attend the
M., Novel ones, to be suspect

Great.............

.............viii. 17
...............No. 53. vi. 34

Passion Sermon ........

*...... . 25
-, to keep them within due Passion makes a man a fool...No. 63.
bounds, not imputing private men's

vi. 35
conceits to whole Churches, a rule of Passions, the Moderation of them en
Moderation...........................vii. 457 forced.......... ............... vii, 415

--., new, the broachers of them - , freedom from them, an ad.
to be reclaimed, if possible, by vantage of old age............... viii. 184
gentle means ..................... viii. 82 Passing-bell, Meditation on hearing
timely order to be

the tolling of one.................. vi. 173
taken for preventing the infection Passover kept to the Lord, by the

of them ............................. viii. 83 charge of Josiah ......................ii. 132
Opponent, not to rely on his relation of

Christ our, Sermon on ..... V. 537
the state of an opinion or person, a - -, Grounds of the lastitution.
rule of Moderation .............. vii. 449

v. 533
Oppressor, a Beast....................... 326 Palience, the benefits of its being ex-
Ordinances of God, thought scornfully · ercised...............................viii. 119

of if appearance be the rule....... 127 Patient Man, The Character of... vii. 90
Ordinary, Kneeling before him de Paul, St. his fidelity to the Philippi-

fended.............................. ix. 4+1 ans commended,.....................V. 205
Ordination, the power thereof origi-

; his Warning of the Philip- •
nally only in Bishops........... ix. 583, pians.................................. 1. 205

662, 679 - Frequence of his warning.
Originals, Hebrew and Greek, Opi-

. 206
nions of the Old Church and the

Passion of his warning... v. 209
Present Church of Rome, on their

his Combat, Sermon on, Part I.
purity, contrasted ................ ix. 6

F. 319
Orpah, persuaded to return to her

- Sermon on, Part II.
own land............................. i. 249

v. 331
Oswald, St. the Monks of, the Charter - , a combatant with Beasts at
of King Edgar establishing them at . Ephesus............

.. F. 331
Worcester............... ...........jx. 188 - , qualified for his fight, with Ho-
Overal, Bp. a candid Arminian, his · liness, Skill, Courage ............ 8.

representation of the Five Points -., manner of his opposition to vi-

quoted ............ .............ix. 820 cious Opinions..................... 5.
Owl, Meditation on the sight of one

-.

vi-
in the twilight.....

..... vi, 160 cious Practice....................... 5. 3SS

- crucified with Christ..........., v. 357
Pain, freedom from, a comfort under ---, his rule, Let him be the husband

want of sleep .................... viii. 179 of one wife, explained............ ix, 120
Palate, the sins of it.................. V. 283 Pax TERRIS......................... viii. 349

-, Excess in the pleasures there PLACE-MAKER: LAYING FORTH THE
of deprecated ......................vii. 388 RIGHT WAY OF PEACE IN MAT-
---, refusal of its lawful plea-

TERS OF KELIGION ...............viii. 41
sures reproved..................... vii. 389

-, the true, Sermon on.
- the Liberty allowed us in its
pleasures....
................ tii, 394

Peace, this Island blessed with it..,x. 91
Panegyric, A Holy, a Sermon ..... V. 78 , the blessing promised in the
Panormitan, his testimony in favour Second Temple'.......................v. 197
of the marriage of Ecclesiastics, - , the blessing of it a work of

ix, 126 God

od ..................................... V. 476
Parallel of Israel's Blessings, Sins

, we must contribute to it by
and Threats of Judgment with our withdrawing the fuel of contention.
ONO.........
............. V. 349

.. 480
Pardon, the well-grounded decturation

by
HAKTeof, a comfort for the sick soul, giving seasonable counsel .........Y.
viii, 116

-, by

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opposing and restraining the known Pharaoh and his host overthrown in
niake-baits of the Church and

the Red Sea........... ................ i. 77
State.................................. v. 481 Phurisaism and Christianity, Sermon
Peace, we must contribute to it by che-

on......................................... V. 3
rishing the moderately affected. v. 481 Pharisees, account of them ......... V.
-, the challenge of Thankful Philosophers, particularly the Stoics,
ness for it ............................... V. 482 defective in treating on Tranquilli-
--, the benefits and comforts of

ty ...........

..............vii.
it should excite us to Thankfulness Phrensies, many kinds in the World.
for it................................... v. 483

No. 61. vi. 280
, the Recovery of, urged on all Physicians, all living creatures their
that love Christ in sincerity......vi. 421 own; except man, for his soul.
, its Enemies, Rules for attain-

No. 51. vi. 274
ing it, &c. See Tranquillity.

Piece, Meditation on the discharging
which follows from Faith, de. of one ..... ................ ...... vi. 178
scribed...............................vii. 13 Piety and Religion, Ten Cases of
-., the diligent pursuit of in the Conscience concerning them an-
right way urged.....................vii. 38 swered:
--, the ways of it, which concern

1. How to demean ourselves
Private Persons, enumerated...viii. 59

concerning Evil Spi-
- , the ways of it, which con-

rits ........... viii. 421
cern the Public, enumerated...viii. 81

2. How far a secret pact
, the composing of ourselves to a

with Evil Spirits doth
fit disposition for it, a way of

extend, &c......., viii, 425.
Peace for a Private Person ......viii. 64

3. Whether a man may be
., its wilful disturbers to be sup-

present at an idola-
pressed by Authority ........... viii. 86

trous devotion, or may
, Motives to it from the miseries

communicate with
of discord......................... viii. 98

wicked persons....viii. 427
.-, Christians exhorted to culti-

4. Concerning Vows. ...viii, 430
vate it .............................. viii. 353

5. Concerning Heretics and
Peacock, Meditation on the sight and ..

Heresies........... viii, 432
noise of one........................ vi. 178

6. Whether, and how far,
Pearl, Meditation on the sight of a .

the laws of men bind
fair one ...... .... .............. vi. 203

the conscience.....viii. 435
Penance, commutation thereof, de-

7. Concerning Tithes ...viii. 438
fended............ .......... ix. 446

8. Whether it be lawful to ·
Penances, how far enjoined in the

dispossess Pagans and
Church of England..................ix. 450

Infidels of their coun- .
Penitent Sinner, God's debt to him,

try...................viii. 441
and his to God...............No. 5, vi. 49

9. Concerning Absolution.
Penitent, The, Character of........vii. 94

viji. 446
Pentecost, St. Peter's Sermon on

10. Whether a laic person
that day, its matter and effects. v. 377

may take on him to
Performance, a Binder......No. 29. vi. 30

interpret the Scrip-
Peripatetics explained................vii. 313

ture..................viii. 450
Perseverance, the Way of Peace in Pilgrim, Christian, one in a strange

respect to this point.......... ix. 825, 841 country .....................No. 37. vi. 329
Personal Accomplishments may be suf Pilgrimages to the Holy Land, The

ficiently acquired by our Gentry stronger incitement to travel to

without Travel....................... X. 238 the true Land of Promise, the
Persons, to distinguish betwixt such as Heavenly Jerusalem.... No. 34. vi. 59

are guilty of errors, a rule of Mo. Pilgrims, all are so, this consideration

deration ............................. vii, 437 a comfort, under banishment....viii. 167
Perverseness of our Nature respecting Pitcher, Meditation on the sight of

Life and Death ........... No: 28. vi. 88 one carried............................vi. 115
Pestilence, Epistle on Aeeing or stay Pity for careless souls.................. v. 329

in time of it, whether lawful for Pius II., his testimony in favour of
Minister or People............... vii. 217 the marriage of Ecclesiastics... ix. 130

, its woeful biseries allayed Place, highest, not to be striven for,
by consideration of the hand that

No. 33, vi. 31
smites us ..............................viii. 150 Plants of Grace and Nature, the same
Peter, his denial of Christ ........... 478 power works in both......No. 3. pi. 247

-, his example, a warrant for the Pleasure and Pain, the benefit of mo-

censure of ill. deserving times....V. 385 deratingthem..............No. 88. vi. 21
Pharaoh, his cruelty to the male chil." -----> nó Worldly bath any ab-

dren of the Israelites.............., i. 60 solute delight in it........No, 16. vi. 28

v

u

orced.........

must be

lawful....

rate................'""

vii. 407

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Pleasure, all true earthly forsook Man Popularily and Ostentation dangerous.
when he forsook his Creator.

No. 74. vi. 18
No. 47. vi. 62 Posterily, God sometimes punishes
incapable of rendering us his eveinies therein................. i. 302
happy...............

............vii. 28 Potion, medicinal, Meditation on the
--, Moderation in matter there.

sight of one ......................... vi. 224
.......... ....vii. 387

Poverty, proud, Soliloquy on ...... vi. 375
Pleasures, earthly, to be used with

, the Benefits of, the considera-
moderation................ No. 24. vi. 87 tion of them, requisite to content-
--, Epistle to Mr. Walter Fitz-

ment........... ............ vij. 17
williams, on the true and lawful use

in the Spirit, the happiness
of them............................. vii. 198 thereof.......

............. viii. 140
--, to be received as from God,

and loss of Estate, Comforts
enjoyed in God, and referred to

against enumerated ........ ..... viii. 155
God.........
..............vii. 598

-, the causes and means there-
---, limitations of them in re-

of............. .............. viii. 159
spect of their Kind, Quality,

, the examples of those who
Quantity, and Manner ...........vii. 400 have affected it .................... viii, 159
, in respect of their Kind, Power, sweet Use of, Soliloquy on. vi. 374
U1...................... vii, 400

Practice, Spirit of God reforms it. v. 559
–– Qua-

- more subject to error than
lity, must be masculine and tempe-

Speculation................No. 66. ri, 30
................. vii. 400 Prayer without use of means, a Mock-
–– Quan-
ery of God..

.............. i. 95
tity, must be moderate......... vii. 402 - i, a means of defeating our .

--Man-

Enemies ............................ . 263
ner of Use, there must be Careless ---, whither to address it in time of
ness and Discretion............. vii. 405 Public Calamity.................... v. 479

--, the Shortness of them, a - , power of it..........No. 58. vi. 15
motive to moderation in their use - , the test of a Man's state.

No. 18. vi. 86
--, the Unprofitableness of them, - Secret, a test of sincerity.
a motive to moderation in their use,

No. 53. vi. 93
vii. 407 --, proper posture therein.... vii. 357
--, the Pain of losing them, a

, pre-required to it that the
motive to moderation in their use. heart be clean, clear, humble, rii, 494

vii. 408 - , a resolution to be frequent and
Pluralities, remarks on ............ ix. 435 fervent therein, requisite to con-
Pope, the wilful Fable of his Infalli.

tentment........................... viii. S6
bility... .............................. ix. 40.- , a fruit of Christian union, viii. 246
Popery, delivery of this Island from it.

., wbat is included in the actual

v. 89 exercise of it..........................vü, 497
- refuted........................ vii. 179 Praying for the Dead, practice of it.
_ , Epistle of Expostulation to

Jacob Wadsworth, Istely revolt Preachers, to confine themselves to
ed to it in Spain, and persuading

subjects suited to the pulpit... viii, 354
his Return ........................... vii. 120 Preaching, proper deportment under
.Epistle to the Bishop of

it.............

................................ PH. 35
Bath and Wells, on the Causes and Preccpts and Practice of those with
Means of its Increase, ...........vii, 226 whom we live, avail much on either
----, Epistle to Doctor Milburne,

part........ ..............No. 88. vi. 13
oliscovering how far and wherein it Predestination, the Way of Peace in
destroys the Foundation......... vii, 261 respect to this doctrine.... ix. 820, 828
- , A SERIOUS DISSUASION Prejudice a great enemy to Truth.
FROM IT.............................ix.

No. 47. vi. 13
---, answer to an argument in Presence of God, in order to our ap-
its favour, from the bad lives of pearing holily therein,
Protestants ......... .......... ix. 3

there must be a just and
, from the novelty

right apprehension of the
of the Protestant Religion........... ib.

Divine Majesty ........ vii. 299
- from the compa-

---~ a true and
rative number of Papists and Pro-

certain acknowledgment
testants ................................ix.

of bis presence ....... vii. S01
--, - , from the Divisions

which Acknowledgment will
of Protestants and the unity of Pa-

be followed by humble
pists...........
........... ib.

Reverence and Holy Fear.
an, its absurdities exposed .......

vii, 305

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