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CHAPTER V.

OF THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT SECT. PAGE

1. The last Precept of the First Table relates to the

Religious Observance of a certain Day 137

2. Terms of the Commandment 138

3. Positive Injunction 140

4. Sins forbidden . 141

5. Reasons for this Commandment, and Arguments for

its observance 143

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CHAPTER VI.

OF THE FIFTH COMMANDMENT.

1. General Subject of the Second Table 167

2. The Fifth Commandment refers to Relative Duties 168

3. Terms ib.

4. Obligations of Inferiors 169

5. OfSuperiors 171

6. Sins forbidden, of Inferiors, and of Superiors 173

7. Obligations of Husbands and Wives 175

8. Duties between Equals ib.

9. The Fifth Commandment is "the First with Promise" ib.

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CHAPTER VIL

OF THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT.

1. Meaning of the Sixth Commandment 214

2. Duties virtually enjoined 215

3. Sins directly or indirectly forbidden 217

4. Sanction - - 218

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CHAPTER VIU.

Or THE SEVENTH COMMANDMENT. SECT. * PAOB

1. Subject of the Seventh Commandment ....... 351

2. Duties and good Qualities required .<<...... 252

3. Sins and Offences forbidden 253

4. Graces and right Affections to be cultivated........ 256

5. Subordinate Vices 25?

6. Sanction ............... ib

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CHAPTER IX.

OP THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT.

1. Subject of the Eighth Commandment.... 285

3. Virtues and Duties enjoined by the Spirit of the

Precept.... 266

3. Sins which offend against it 288

4. Subsidiary good Qualities and Habits 290

5. Evil Dispositions which give Occasion to Trans

gression 291

6. Sanction 292

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CHAPTER X.

OF THE NINTH COMMANDMENT.

1. Subject of the Ninth Commandment 321

2. Primary Virtues to be cultivated 322

3. Express Prohibition; general Sins forbidden 325

4. Subsidiary Virtues 328

5. Originating Vices r 329

6. Sanction in.

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CHAPTER XI.

OF THE TINTB COMMANDMENT. S*CT. PAQ«

1. Tbe Tenth Commandment relates to the Thoughts.

and Intents of the Heart 358

3. What is virtually enjoined .'jui

3. Sinful Appetites primarily forbidden 362

4. Virtues to bo cultivated .......... 364

5. Aggravating Sins to be avoided , ii>.

6. It is not possible for Man to perform the whole Law ib.

7. Comparative Guilt of different Transgressions- •••.. 365

8. What is meant by Mortal and Venial Sin 366

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PART II.

CHAPTER I.

OF PRAYER,

1. The Duty of Prayer prescribed by the First Table of

tbe Law 399

2. What Prayer is ib.

3. All Prayer is to be addressed to God 400

4. Fitness of Subject and a proper Frame of Mind es

sential to Prayer 401

5. Prayer to be accompanied by becoming external

Posture 302

6. Invocation resolved into Petition, Thanksgiving,

and Praise 403

7. Thanksgiving 404

8. Prayer to be made for others •.-.... 405

9. Praise 406

10. Prayer positively enjoined 407

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articles, H?omKUs>, arm OToifeU of the EUfornter*.

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