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Growth, leisurely, Soliloquy on... vi. 350 Hall, B1SHOP, appointed to a Pre-
Guardian, the waking, Soliloquy on. bend in the Church of Wolver.

vi. 382

hampton ..............
Guides, the Christian's three. No. 12.

-, recovers the patri.

vi. 85 mony and freedom of that Colle-
-, spiritual, obedience lo theni, a

giate Churchi....... ............... i. XXX
fit disposition for Peace.......... viii. 65

during bis 22 years'
Guilliness, the Sting of, Soliloquy on. possession of Waltham, he is thrice

employed abroad on public ser.
Guilty, their Vain Shifts.......... vii. 13 vice:-

1. In attending Lord Doncaster
Hair, given by God for an ornament. v. 489

on an Embassy to France.
Half-Communion, Newness of it... ix. 255

i. xxxTİ
- -, against Scripture."

Suffers under a severe dis-

temper.................. i. xxxviii
- , against Reason. ix. 257

The Deanery of Worcester
HALL, BISHOP, SPECIALITIES OF

is conferred on him, in his
DIVINE PROVIDENCE IN HIS Life.

absence .................. i. xxxix
i.

2. Iu accompanying the King
born July 1, 1574,

into Scotland.. ...............
near Ashby de la Zouch...............

Writes his * Letter to Mr.
-, account of his fa.

W. Struther," by the King's
ther and Mother.......................

command.................. i. xl
--, placed at School in

3. In being appointed one of the
his native parish...... .............. i. xix

Assistants at the Synod of
, enters at Cam-

Dordt.......
bridge, under Mr. Giby .......... i. xxi

Returns from the Synod, on
chosen Scholar of

account of ill health...... i. xli
Emanuel College. ................. i. xxii

-, draws up his “ Via
, chosen Fellow of

Media," to compose the dissen-
Emapuel..........

............ i. xxiii sions rising in the English Church. ib.
, appointed to the

-, asserts the Outward
Rhetoric Lecture in the Public

Visibility of the Roman Church,
Schools.............................. i. xxiv in his i Reconciler.".............. i. xliii
-
enters into Holy

-, raised to the See of
Orders.........

......... ib. Exeter, having formerly declined
-- -, appointed to the

that of Gloucester.................. i. xliv
Rectory of Halsted, by Lady

reclaims the factious
Drury.....................

Clergy of his Diocese.................. ib.
- , opposed there by

-- , charged, by soine
Mr. Lilly, who is carried off by the negligent Clergymen, with too
plague...................................... ib. much indulgence of Lecturings..... ib.
- , marries the daugh-

-

, opposition made to
ter of Mr. George Winniff, of Bre-

his usual nomination of the Clerks
tenham............

....... i, xxvi of the Convocation................. i. xlv
- , accompanies Sir

is appointed to the
Edmund Bacon to the Spa...... i. xxvii See of Norwich ..................... i. xlvi
, disputes with Fa.

- , his LETTEK SENT
ther Costerus, at Brussels....... i. xxvji FROM THE TOWER TO A PRIVATE
, writes his “Second

FRIEND, in vindication of his Cha-
Century of Meditations" at the racter, Conduct, Calling, and Wri.
Spa..................................... i. XXX tings............ ............... i. xlvii
, disputes with a

, bis HARD MEA-
Prior of the Carmelites......... ..... ib. SURE................................... i. fui
- returns to England.

in danger, in the
i. xxxi House of Lords, from the violence
declines the Preach

of the mob against the Bishops... i liv
ership of St. Edmund's Bury... j. xxxii

, with other Bishops,
, preaches at Rich-

demands security iu his attendance
mond, before Prince Henry, and

on Parliament, &C................. i. lv
is commanded into his service. i. xxxiii

, accused thereon of
, resolves to leave Sir Treason, and committed to the
Robert Drury....................., i. xxxiji Tower.................................. i. Iri
- presented to Wal-

- brought to the Bar
tham, by Lord Denny. ........ ..... ib. of the House of Lords............ i. lviii
, declines an invita-

- released from the
tion to a constant residence at Tower, but ordered back again... i, Ix
Court...
......... i, xxxiv -

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HALL, BISHOP, settles at Norwich.

Haggai............................. iv. 79
i. Ixi
Hebrews..........................

iv. 441
-
his property se-
Hosea...................*******

iv. 1
questrated by an Ordinance of Par-

Isaiah...................

iii. 293
liament............... ............. i. Ixi

James...........................

iv. 467
- his household goods

Jeremiah.........................

iij. 395
and library redeemed by friends. i. Ixii. Job................................. ili. 137
insolence of a Lon-

Joel.

...... iv. 26
don Tronper to him..... ...... ib. John's, St. Gospel.............. iv. 201
, addresses the Com-

- First Epistle......... iv. 486
mittee at Norwich for a mainte-

- Second Epistle...... iv. 494
Dance...........
.......... i. Ixiji

Third Epistle....... iv. 494
- - -, is allowed £400 per

Jonah .............................. iv. 49
annum................................... ib. Joshua.............................. iii. 99

- this allowance pro-
hibited, and his wife ordered to pe-

Jude............................... iv. 495
tition Parliament for her Gifth part. ib. Kings 1.........................
, his power of Ordi-

Kings II.................

................ jii. 128
nation restrained........... ......... i. Ixiv Lamentations .................. iii. 455
- cbarged by the

Leviticus ......................... ii. 71
Mayor of Norwich and others, with

Luke, St........................... iv. 178
breaking the Solemn League and

Malachi........................... iv.

iv. 107
Covenant ............................... ib. Mark, St. .......................... iv.
, insolencies and af-

Matthew St...................... iv. 113
fronts put upon him ................... i. Ixv Micah.............................. iv. 51
- abuses of bis Ca-

Nahum ............................ iv, 63
thedral Church......... ........... i. Ixvi Nehemiah........................

ii. 135
-
driven from his Pa-
Nambers........................

ii. 78
lace ............ ..................,i. Ixvii Obadiah........

46
bis Epistle to Sir

Peter I......
Robert Drury and his Lady, con-

Peter II..............

482
cerning his Removal from them.

Philemon..............
vii. 142 Philippians.............

iv, 400
- his Description of

Proverbs ............

ii. 295
his own state, as a true but weak

Psalms ...............

üi. 167
Christian. ........................... vii. 146 Revelation .........

iv. 497
- , his account of his

Romans......

iv. 268
Metaphrase of some of the Psalms.

Ruth .............

jj. 108
vii. 157
Samuel I.....

iii. 103
Hands and feet, not to be fashioned

Samuel II..........

ii. 114
to the Practice and Carriage of the

Song of Solomon...

jj. 271
................ V. 285
Thessalonians I...

iv, 414
Hannah, her barreuness............... i. 257 Thessalonians II..

iv. 419
Happy, he more so, that hath nothing

Timothy I .....
to lose, than he that loseth that he

Timothy II.......
hath........................ No, 72. vi. 36 Titus... ......
- none truly so but the Chris-

Zechariah...........

.. iv, 83
tian.. ................... No. 98. vi. 302 Zephaniah.......... ... iv. 75
Happy Man, The, Character of... vii. 96 Harlot, Meditation on the sight of
HARD Texts, Paraphrase on those

one carted.....

.............. vi. 186
occurring in the following Books : Haste, evils thereof, in marriage and

Acts of the Apostles ............ iv. 246 the professions.. ............. X. 232
Amos............

.......... iv. 32 Hatred, Mutual, betwixt a Christian
Colossians ....

and the World........... No. 75. vi. 69
Corinthians I...............

Head, forbidden fashions of it...... v. 277
Corinthians II...............

Head and Body, their relation a re-

iji. 523 semblance of the union betwixt
Deuteronomy... ............... vi. 89 'Christ and Christians............ viii. 217
Ecclesiastes..................... 111.

iii. 251 Healing of National wounds, the act of
Ephesians........................ IV.

God .................................... V., 465

Health, sinful, sickness better than it, a
Exodus....................

52
***.................. ini.

comfort under sickness......... viii. 109
jj. 460

its vicissitudes, a comfort un-

in. der sickness...................... viii. 109
Galatians.......................... iv. 375

, without sleep, a comfort under
Genesis........................., iii.

want of sleep..................... viii. 180
Habakkuk........................ ir. 67 Hearers, to lay aside itching ears, vii. 355

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Daniel...........................

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Hearing the Word of God, Meditation

Saints in, the Soul's reflections on.
and Prayer preparatives thereto.

vi. 407
vij. 506 Heaven, the Soul waiting for its En-

--, Reverence, trance therein...................... vi. 416
Attention, and Application neces-

, our mutual Knowledge of
sary therein.......

.......... vii. 507 each other there ..............., vii. 187
to be fol-

- , the believing sight of God
lowed by Memory, Meditation,

anticipates it ... ............... vii. 349
Conference, and Practice....... vii. 508 Heaven and Hell: Every man hath
- loss of, Comforts against

one........................ No. 38. vi. 11
enumerated........................ viii. 168 Heaven and Earth, Meditation on the
- the supply of one sense by ano-

view of ..............

.............. vi. 117
ther, a comfort under its loss.., viii. 173

Heavenly, and Earthly things, repre-
Heart, tenderness of it pleasing to

sented by the Sun and Moon.
God......................................ll. 12

No. 101. vi. 78
- of Man deceitful............... 8. 133 Heuvenly Bodies, their influences.
, the manner of its deceit..... V. 137

No. 22. vi. 259
the subject of its deceit...... V. 139 Heavenly Things, those which bave
the effects of its deceit...... v. 140

once tasted of them contemn the
, how we may avoid the danger best worldly Pleasures. No. 52. vi. 64
of its deceit .............. ........, v. 141' Heavens mooing, Meditation on the
- must be thoroughly searched.

sight of the........ ................ vi. 107

v. 142. Heavens, the Greatness of God to be
must be carefully watched... V. 142 seen in the frame of them...... vii. 351
- must be distrusted ............ V. 143 Heavens, two in one, Soliloquy on, vi, 352

must be countermined in its Hedge-hog, Meditation on the sight of
subtle workings ..................... V. 144 one.................................... vi. 212
-, the furnace of all wicked fa Hell, torment of it heightened by
shions............

.......... v. 284 seeing the felicity of the Saints,
- cannot be divided between

No. 59. vi. 94
God and Satan............. No. 5. vi. 5 -- itself, good use made of it by
--, infinite in desire... No. 34. vi. 10

God........................ No. 16. vi. 321
- sign of a false one, No. 70. vi. 97 Hellish Hostility, Soliloquy on..... vi. 346
--, the Suggestions of a false on’, Hell's Triumph, Soliloquy on....... vi. 385
Soliloquy on ......................... vi. 393 Hemingius, bis attestation to the rite
and Tongue, singleness in them

of Confirmation ................... ix. 803
God loves...................No. 64. vi. 211 Hemlock, Meditation on the sight of.
Religion, both rare and hard.

vi. 215
. No. 91. vi. 43 HENOCHISMUS, SIVE TRACTATUS DE
Hearts, wicked, must have terrible re-

MODO AMBULANDI CUM Deo, vii. 993
medies..........

............... vii. 364 Henry, Prince, Epistle of Gratulation
Heathens, their resolution under suf-

for the Hopes of him to Mr. New-
ferings ........

......... viii. 111 ton, bis Tutor ; with an advising
HEAVEN UPON EARTH : or, OF TRUE

Apprecation........................ vii. 126
PEACE AND TRANQUILLITY OF Henry IV th of France, Epistle to M.
MIND..........

............ vii. 1 Peter Moulin, Preacher of the
Heaven, the ascent is difficult ; but

Church at Paris, on Ravillac's at-
the descent to Hell is easy. No. 60,

tempt to assassinate him........ vii. 241

vi. 15 Herbs, dried, Meditation ou ...... vi. 146
-, the Christiau's home, its Heresy distinguished into mere and
glory and happiness.... No. 22. vi. 55 mixed....

............. viii, 88
-, Leisure and Grace to think

, mere, a spiritual sin, and to be
of it sufficient happiness on earth.

dealt with in a spiritual way... viïi.
No. 27. vi. 57 , mired, not to be exempted
, many a man sends others

from bodily punishments....... viii.
thither, and yet goes to Hell him Heretic a greater enemy to Religion

................ No. 78. vi. 93 than an Atheist.......... No. 36. vi.
-, few hearts rightly affected. Heretics, to be bapished from the so-
towards it..................No. 25. vi. 260 ciety of others, to prevent infection,
-, endeared to us chiefly by the

vii. 85
presence of Christ...... No. 77. vi. 290 Herod troubled at the birth of Christ.
- , the inheritance of the Saints

. ii. 211
in Light .................. No. 29. vi. 326 Hezekiah spreads the King of Asssy.

- Acquaintance with, Soliloquy ria's letter before the Lord ....... ii. 113
on ............. .............. vi. 363

, his deliverance froin the
, the Happy Estate of the King of Assyria. .................... ii, 113

self ........................

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Hezekiah, reason of his desire of life. Humility, its gracious disposition... v. 305

ii. 116

, the counterfeit thereof... v. 305
High-minded, the Rich charged not to --, the true..................... V. 306
be....................................... V. 108

, the blessing of it ......... V. 306
Hildebrand enjoins celibacy on Eccle-

, the benefit of it, No. 83. vi. 40
siastics............ ............. ix. 181 -, procureth reverence. No. 23.
HILDEBRANDO D. HERMANNO EPIS-

vi. 87
TOLA ............................. ix, 860 - , Christ an example of it.
Hindrances to a sight of God, what, vii. 340

No. 27. vi. 261
Hiram, his help in building the Tem-

-, quiet, Soliloquy on... .. vi. 370
ple..........

............ i. 435 -, requisite to Devotion.... vii. 496
Holiness, Misconstructions of, Solilo i -., a disposition necessary to

quy on........................ ...... vi. 351 contentment ..................... viii. 28
Holy, the more so any person is, the Hunger, 'Blessedness of spiritual.
more he is afflicted with others' sin.

No. 92. vi. 74
No. 38. vi. 266 Husband bath power over the wife.
Holy-Days, how observed in the

- v. 486
Church of England................. ix. 448

., Solomon's description of
Holy Function, Blemishes of the, Soli one, digested from Proverbs and

loquy on........... ............... vi. 394 . Ecclesiastes ......................... x. 55
HOLY OBSERVATIONS. One Book. Husband and Wife, their relation a

vi. 81 resemblance of the union betwixt
HOLY ORDER: or, FRATERNITY OF

Christ and Christians............ viii. 218
THE MOURNERS IN SION...... viii. 499 Hypocrisy, Madness of......No. 15. vi. 7

- ., the Rules suitable Hypocrite, The Character of........ vii. 99
for such a fraterpity ............. viii. 502

Sermon on ................ v. 392
-- ., Motives for forming Hypocritical Profession of Religion, Sa-
such a fraternity.................. viii. 506 tan's Temptation thereto, repelied.
Holy Spirit, The Sin and Punishment of
grieving the, Sermon on .......... V. 511

The Sealing of the, to the Idle Man, the Devil's Cushion. No. 39.
Day of Redemption, Sermon on. v. 526

vi. 60
HOLY RAPTURE: Or, A PATHETI Ignatius, his testimony to Episcopa-
CAL MEDITATION ON THE LOVE

cy.......

............. ix. 569
OF CHRIST. See LOVE OF CHRIST.

-, account of his Genuine and
Homage, dumb, Soliloquy on...... vi. 386 Spurious Epistles ................... ix. 569
Honest Man, The, Character of...vii. 86 Image-worship, Newness of it...... ix. 261
Honey from the Rock, Soliloquy on.

-

, against Scripture. ix. 263
vi. 377

- , against Reason......ix. 264
Honour, true, not in high descent, Imitation, caution to be used in it.
norin others' admiration, but where

No. 65. ri. 60. No. 71. vi. 286
blood and virtue meet........... vii. 26 Impediments, good hearts solicitous to
- Epistle thereon to Lord . remove those, which lie between

............ vii. 124 them and their Saviour ........... ii. 504
Honour and Charge inseparably con Impenitence and Unbelief, the sick

nected .................... No. 12. vi. 51 soul's complaint thereof answered.
Hope, an evidence of our Calling and

viii. 118
Election.........

......... V. 605 Impiety, Ten of Satan's Temptations
Horror, with the Remedy thereof. vii. 379 thereto, repelled.................. viii. 272
House of God, various Motives with Imposition of Hands, reckoned among
which Men come to it............. i. 329 first principles by the Apostle. See

- to be reverenced.... vii. 358 .Confirmation .........................ix. 783
Huldericus, in an Epistle to Nicho-

in Heb. vi. 2. re-
las I., asserts the marriage of Ec-

ferred to Confirmation................ ib.
clesiastics............................ ix. 172

, its use not limit-
Human Ordinances, Christ hath freed ed to the Apostolic Times........ ix. 793
us therefrom ........................ V. 272

, commended by
HUMBLE REMONSTRANCE TO THE

Clemens and others .............. ix. 795
HIGH COURT OF PARLIAMENT.

, employed for
ix. 625 Confirmation ...................... ix.
-

DEFENCE Impostor, the Great, Sermon on..... v.
THEREOF AGAINST SMECTYMNUUS. Impress of God, Sermon on, Part I.
ix. 639

v. 47
Humble Man, The, Character of. vii. 88

, Sermon on, Part II.
Humble and meek Temper, a fit dispo-

sition for Peace................... viii. 64 Imprisonment, Epistle to Stanislaus
· 10.

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Buchinski, on the Comfort of it. Ingratitude, the soul bewailing itselt

vii, 161 on account thereof .........No. 6. vi. 318
Imprisonment, Comforts against enu Inheritances,, Heavenly better than
merated.........

........................ viii. 160 Earthly.................... .No, 85. vi. 72

its causes to be consi Injuries, Zeal to revenge our own ra-
dered by the prisoner.............viii. 163 ther than God's..........No. 52. vi. 14
-, Épistle to Mr. John

, the remembrance of them
Mole, of a long time prisoner un-

must not lodge with us....No. 58.
der the Inquisition at Rome, excit-

vi. 35
ing him to Constancy under it, and Injury, followed by three things, Re-
encouraging him to Martyrdom. venge, Censure, Satisfaction.
vii. 277

No. 98. vi. 23
, Freedom of Soul under Instinct of Animals..........No. 8. vi. 248
it..............

............ vii. 516 Instruments of God, must not be
, its evils chiefly imagi measured by their own power,
nary ............. ............... vij. 517 but by the will of the Agent...... i. 195
, not always for punish-..

, wicked, God will not honour
ment.......
.........................., vii. 519

them, by making them the means
-, the Body a state of, to

of removing public evils. No.57. ri. 277
the Soul.......... .......... vii. 520 Interest, universal, Soliloquy on.... vi. 358

-, the World a state of, to - to let fall our own for the pub-
the Man ................................ vii. 521 lic, a way of Peace for a Private
- two sorts of persons un-

Person ............................. viii. 78
der it to be bewailed: those, who are INVISIBLE WORLD DISCOVERED TO
too much affected with an outward

SPIRITUAL EYES, AND REDUCED
bondage ; and those, who are not

TO USEFUL MEDITATION ...... vi. 445
at all affected with a spiritual...vii. 523

--, the Certainty of
Ignorunce better professed, than Know-

its existence......................... vi. 418
ledge falsely.............. No. 91. vi. 21

-., its distribution. vi, 450
Inconstancy and Desertion, the sick Invisible, The, how Moses saw him.
soul's complaint thereof answered,

vü. 336
vi. 12 Invocation of Saints, Newness of it. ix. 278
Indifferency in Human Things safe.

, against Scripture,
No. 6. vi. 83

is, eso
Indulgences, the Romanists' notions

- , against Reason.
concerning them refuted. ....... ix. 56

ix. 281
and Purgatory, Newness Ireland, a hint in regard to its reli-
of them,...........
............. ix. 265

gious ignorance and superstition. v. 318
y against

Iron, Meditation on hearing the
Scripture ........................... ix. 268 quenching of it in Water .........vi. 147

- against Irradiation, divine, of the Mind, ne.
Reason.................
......................... ix. 269
....!!

cessary to a sight of God....... vii. 342
Indignation for those who having be. Isanc, his life quiet and retired; Ja.
gun in the spirit, end in the flesh. cob's busy and troublesome...... i.

. v. 330 Isidore, his « Rule of Clerks" quoted
Infamy and Disgrace, Comforts against for the marriage of Ecclesiastics.
enumerated......................... viii. 141

ix, 171
, the like sufferings Israel, God's Vineyard............... 5. 343
of the holiest, yea of Christ himself,

- a type of God's Church.
a comfort under them.........., viii, 141

No. 52, vi. 278
, when from an un Israolites, their delwerance out of
just cause, a comfort under them.

Egypt .........

.............i, 76
vjii. 143 luy-tree, Meditation on the sight of
- its narrow bounds, a comfort

one ......

....... vi, 920
under Infamy and Disgrace... viii. 145
Inferences pretended to follow on an Jacob, his Wife changed.............. i. 42
adversary's opinion, not to judge of

wrestling........................ i.
such opinion by them, a Rule of -- goes into Egypt to his son Jo-
Moderation ................... .... vii. 454 seph..........

.............. i. 56
Infidelity, crafty, yet foolish........ i 92 -- and Joseph, their faith, No. 88.
and Faith, look through

vi. 997
- contrary ends of the same glass. Jealousy, holy, of God's children, vii. 364

No. 30. vi. 262 Jehoahas taken captive by Pharaoh
Ingratitude of carnal minds......... i. 103 Necho King of Egypt............. ü. 195

-, three causes of, Envy, Jehoiachin carried captive to Baby-
Pride, Covetousness.... No. 23. vi. 29 lon ....................................... č. 155

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