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LIFE OF THE AUTHOR

ix CHAP. XI. Contracts of Labour Service

35

XII. Contracts of Labour-Commissions 56

XIII. Contracts of Labour-Partnership 57

XIV. Contracts of Labour-Offices

ib.

MORAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY.

XV. Lies

58

XVI. Oaths

59

XVII. Oath in Evidence

61

XVIII. Oath of Allegiance

ib.

DEDICATION

XIX. Oath against Bribery in the Election

Preras

xxiii

of Members of Parliament

62

XX. Oath against Simony

ib.

XXI. Oaths to observe Local Statutes 63

XXII. Subscription to Articles of Religion ib.

XXIII. Wills

64

BOOK I.

PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS.

CHAP. I. Definition and Use of the Science 27

II. The Law of Honour

ib.

BOOK III.

III. The Law of the Land

28

IV. The Scriptures

ib.

PART II.

V. The Moral Sense

ib.

VI. Human Happiness

Of Relative Duties which are indeterminate.

30

VIL. Virtue

34 CHAP. I. Charity

66

II. Charity-The Treatment of our Domes:

tics and Dependants

ib.

III. Slavery

ib.

BOOK II.

IV. Charity-Professional Assistance 67

V. Charity-Pecuniary Bounty

68

MORAL OBLIGATIONS.

VI. Resentment

70

VII. Anger

71

CHAP. I. The Question, Why am I obliged to keep

VIII. Revenge

ib.

my word ? considered

36

IX. Duelling

72

II. What we mean to say when a Man is

X. Litigation

73

obliged to do a thing

37

XI. Gratitude

74

IL The Question, Why am I obliged to keep

XII. Slander

75

my word? resumed

ib.

IV. The Will of God

38

V. The Divine Benevolence

VI. Utility,

39

VII. The Necessity of General Rules ib.

BOOK III.

VIIL. The Consideration of General Con.

sequences pursued

40

PART III.

IX. Or Right

41

X The Division of Rights

Of Relative Duties which result from the constitution of

XI. The General Rights of Mankind :

the Sexes.

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CHAP. I. Of the Public Use of Marriage Institu-

tions

75

JI. Fornication

BOOK III.

III. Seduction

77

IV. Adultery

. 78

RELATIVE DUTIES.

V. Incest

. 79

VI. Polygamy

SO

PART I.

VII. Of Divorce

81

83

Of Relative Duties which are determinate.

VIII. Marriage

IX. Of the Duty of Parents

84

CHAP. I. Of Property

45

88

X. The Rights of Parents

IL The Use of the Institution of Property ib.

XI. The Duty of Children

ib.

IIL. The History of Property

46
IV. In what the Right of Property is founded ib.
V. Promises

48

VI. Contrasts

51

BOOK IV.

VIL Contracts of Sale

ib.

VIII. Contracts of Hazard

52

DUTIES TO OURSELVES.

IX. Contracts of lending of inconsumable

Property

53 CHAP. I. The Rights of Self-Defence

90

X. Contracts concerning the lending of

II. Drunkenness

91

Money.

ib.

III. Suicide

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THE MANNER OF VISITING THE SICK.

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Page Particular Prayers for the Sick

SECT. I. The Assistance that is to be given to Sick A larger Form of Prayer for the Sick

and Dying Persons by the Ministry of the Clergy 234 Proper Psalms for the Sick

ib.

SECT. II. Rules for the Manner of visiting the Sick ib. A Declaration of Forgiveness

250

SECT. III. Of instructing the Sick Man in the Na.

ture of Repentance, and Confession of his Sins 235

Arguments and Exhortations to move the Sick

Man to Repentance and Confession of his Sins ib,

OCCASIONAL PRAYERS FOR THE SICK, VIZ

Arguments and general Heads of Discourse, by

way of Consideration, to awaken a stupid

A Prayer for a Person in the beginning of his Sick.

ness

250

Conscience, and the careless Sinner

237

For Thankfulness in Sickness

ib.

SECT. IV. Of applying spiritual Remedies to the

unreasonable Fears and Dejections of the Sick

For a blessing on the Means used for a Sick Per.

238

son's Recovery

ib.

Considerations to be offered to Persons under For a Sick Person, when there appears some Hope

Religious Melancholy

239

251

An Exercise against Despair

of Recovery

240

SECT. V. Considerations against Presumption

In behalf of the Sick Person, when he finds any

Abatement of his Distemper

ib.

The Order for the Visitation of the Sick

212 For one who is dangerously ill

ib,

The Cominunion of the Sick

Proper Collects that may be used with any of

For a Sick Person when Sickness continues long

ib.

upon him

the Prayers for the Sick

For the Grace of Patience, and a suitable Behaviour

in a Sick Person to Friends and Attendants 252

For Spiritual Improvement by Sickness

ib.

For a Sick Person who is about to make his Will ib.

PRAYERS FOR THE SICK, viz.

For a Sick Penitent

ib.

For a Sick Person who intends to receive ibe blessed

A general Prayer for the Acceptance of our Devo-

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tions for the Sick

248 | For a Sick Person that wants Sleep

ib.

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To be said when the Sick Person grows light-headed 253 For a Person that is afflicted with grievous Paing

Pora Person when Danger is apprehended by exces.

of his Body

260

sive Sleep

254 For one who is troubled with acute Pains of the

For a Person lying insensible on a sick-bed

ib. Gout, Stone, Cholic, or any other bodily Dis-
For one who hath been a notoriously wicked Liver ib. temper

261

For one wbo is hardened and impenitent 255 For a Person in the small-Pos, or any such-like

For a Sick Woman that is with Child

ib.

raging infectious Disease

ib.

For a Woman in the Time of her Travail ib. For a Person in a Consumption, or any lingering

For a Woman who cannot be delivered without

Disease.

ib.

Difficulty and Hazard

256 Por a Person who is Jame in his Sickness

ib.

For Grace and Assistance for a Woman after De- For one that is Bed-ridden

livery, but still in Danger

ib. For a Person troubled in Mind, or in Conscience ib.

For a Sick Child

ib. Another for the same, or for one under deep Melan.

For a person who, from a state of Health, is sud- choly and Dejection of Spirit

ib.
denly seized with the Symptoms of Death 257 For the same

ib.

For a diek Person, when there appeareth small For one under fears and Doubts concerning his spi.

Hope of Recovery

ib. ritual Condition, or under perplexing Thoughts

A general Prayer for Preparation and Readiness and Scruples about his Duty

203
ib. For one who is disturbed with wicked and blas-
A commendatory Prayer for a Sick Person at the phemous Thoughts

ib.

pint of Departure

258 For one who is allicted with a profane Mistrust of

A Liiany for a Sick Person at the time of Departure ib. Divine Truths and blasphemous Thoughts · ib.

Form of recominending the Soul to God, in her De- For one under the dread of God's

Wrath and ever:

parture from the Body

ib.

lasting Damnation

ib.

A consolatory Form of Devotion that may be used For a Lunatic

ib.
with the Friends or Relations of the Deceased 259 For natural Fools or Madmen.

264
Proper Psalms for a Sick Person at Sea

ib.

A Prayer for a Sick Seaman

ib.

For a Sick Soldier or Seaman

265

A Prayer to be used by a Person åfflicied with a

ib.

OCCASIOS AL PRAYERS AND DEVOTIONS FOR THE SICK AND A Prayer to be used on the Death of a Friend

Distemper of long continuance

266

USTORTUXATE IN EXTRAORDINARY CASES.

A Prayer to be used by a Person troubled in Mind ib.

A Prayer to be used by an Old Person

ib.

A Prayer for a person whose Illness is chiefly For a Person condemned to die

ib.
broright on him by some calamitous Disaster or A Prayer of Preparation for Death :
Loss, as of Estate, Relations, or Friends, &c. : 260 The Ministration of Public Baptism of Infants, to
For a Person who, by any calamitous Disaster, hath be used in Churches

ib.

broken any of his Bones, or is very much bruised The Ministration of Private Baptism of Children

and burt in his body

ib. in Houses

269

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PROPOSITION I.

That there is satisfactory evidence that many, pro-

fxing to be original witnesses of the Christian

muracles, passed their lives in labours, dangers,

and sufferings, voluntarily undergone in attesta-

tion of the accounts which they delivered, and

solety in consequence of their belief of those ac-

Chants; and that they also submitted, from the

came motives, to new rules of conduct

274

CHAP. I Evidence of the sufferings of the first
projagators of Christianity, from the nature of the

ib.
CHAP. IL Evidence of the sufferings of the firsi

propagators of Christianity, from Profane Testi.
CHAP. III. Indirect evidence of the sufferings of

the first propagators of Christianity, from the

&criptures and other ancient Christian writings 279
CHAP. IV. Direct evidence of the same ,

by the adversaries of Christianity, as contain:

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OF THE DIRECT HISTORICAL EVIDENCE OF CHRISTIANITY.

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SERMON I. Seriousness in Religion indispensable SERMON XIV. How Virtue produces Belies, and

cbere all other Dispositions.-Be ye therefore so- Vice Unbelief -If any man will do His will, he
ber, and watch unto prayer. 1 Pet. iv. 7. 525 shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God.
SERMON IL T'aste for Devotion.-But the hour John vii. 17.

558
cometh and now is, when the true worshippers SERMON Xv. John's Message to Jesus.-- Now
shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth; when John had heard in prison the works of
for the Father seeketh such to worship him. God Christ, he sent two of his disciples, and said unto
is a spirit; and they that worship him, must wor- him, Art thou he that should come, or do we look
ship him in spirit and in truth. ‘John iv. 23, 24. 530 for another? Matt. xi. 2, 3.

561

SERMON III. The Love of God. We love him, be. SERMON XVI. On Insensibility to offences.-'Who

cause he first loved us. John iv. 19.

534 can tell how oft he offendeth ? O cleanse thou me

SERMON IV. Meditating upon Religion.-Have I from my secret faults. Keep thy servant also

Dot remembered thee in my bed ; and thought from presumptuous sins, lest they get the do.
upon thee when I was waking ? Psalm lxii. 7. 536 minion over me. Psalm xix. 12, 13.
SERMON V. of the State after Death.-Beloved,

SERMON XVII. Seriousness of Heart as to Reli-

How are we the sons of God; and it doth not yet gion.-But that on the good ground are they, who

appear what we shall be ; but we know that, in an honest and good heart, having heard the

when he shall appear, we shall be like him; for word, keep it, and bring forth fruit with patience.

He shall see him as he is. 1 John iij. 2.

538 Luke viii. 15. .

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SERMON VL. Or Purity of the Heart and Affec.

SERMON Xvili. (Part 1.)- The Eficacy of the

tiens-Beloved, now are we the sons of God; and death of Christ.-Now once in the end of the

it doth not yet appear what we shall be; but we world bath he appeared to put away sin by the

know that, when he shall appear, we shall be like

sacrifice of himself. Hebrews ix. 26.

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him; for we shall see him as he is. And every SERMON XIX. (Part II.)-All stand in need of a

man that hath this hope in him purifieth himself,

Redeemer.

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even as he is pure. 1 John iii. 3, 3.

540 SERMON Xx. The Efficacy of the Death of Chrisi

SERMON VII. of the Doctrine of Conversion.-I consistent with the necessity of a Good Life: the

am not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to one being the cause, the other the condition, of

lepentance. Matthew ix. 13.

542 Salvation.-What shall we say then ? shall we

SERMON VIIL. Prayer in Imitation of Christ. --- continue in sin, that grace may abound? God

And he withdrew himself into the wilderness, forbid. Romans vi. 1. .

and prayed. Luke v. 16.

546 SERMON XXI. Pure Religion.-Pure religion and

SERMON IX. On Filial Piety.--and Joseph nou- undefiled before God and the Father is this, To
rished his father, and his brethren, and all his visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction,
father's household, with bread, according to their and to keep himself unspotted from the world.

families. Genesis xlvii. 12.

547 James i. 27.

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SERMON X. (Part 1.)-To think less of our vir: SERMON XXII. The Agency of Jesus Christ since

tses, and more of our Sins.-My sin is ever before his Ascension.- Jesus Christ, the same yesterday,

ne. Psalm li. 3.

to-day, and for ever. Hebrews xiii. 8.

SERMON XI. (Part II.)

552 SERMON XXIII. Of Spiritual Influence in gene-

SERMON XII. Saloation for Penitent Sinners.-- ral.-(Part I.)--Know ye not that ye are the tem-

Wherefore I say unto thee, Her sins, which are ple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in

many, are forgiven; for she loved much. Luke you? 1 Cor. iii. 16.

VII. 47.

555 SERMON XXIV. On the infiuence of the spirit.-

SERMON XIII. sins of the Fairers upon the Chil.

580

ben. -Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, SERMON’XXV! (Part Ii.)

582

por serve them; for I the Lord thy God am a jea- SERMON XXVI. Sin encountered by Spiritual Aid.
lous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon (Part 1.)-0, wretched man that I am! who
the children unto the third and fourth generation shall deliver me from the body of this death? Ro.
of them that hate me. Exodus xx. 5.

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