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to be desired, yet suicide is unlawful. - $ 45. Death the gate
through which we pass to inmortality.—8 46. The end of the
world.-$ 47. The Day of Judgement.

-8 48. The Resurrection
of the dead. Types of the Resurrection. —$ 49. Heaven, or
llell, not to be defined.-850. Of fire as an agent in destruc-
tion.-$ 51. The heart of man is his own torment.—$ 52. Con-
templation of IIeaven.—8 53. Crosses to be regarded as proofs
of God's affection.-$ 54. Salvation through CHRisT alone.-
8 55. Our practice inconsistent with our theory.-856. The
Church of God not circumscribed. A sectarian spirit hostile
to charity.—$ 57. “Judge not that ye be not judged.”-
$58. But few are Saved.—$ 59. Our confidence can only be in
God's mercy.—$ 60. Faith.

SECOND PART.

CERSTA VORALS

Pp. 157--231

FIRST PART

FER. 2. A triumph (not ovation) over
Resis as thy chastity.-$ 4. Be tempe-
ESGov-5. Charity. Diffuse thy beneficence

En sicer:-$7. The covetous merciless
me to one world.-89. Be grained

Sa-sia Fain virtue. Have no by-

-:. IoT weety, not the non ultra of thy
TAG: Vor 200 arbolatory. No new ethicks. -

: Tr. Essi deperit. -5 14 Humility, owe not to
Is Forg vegas to be total.- 16. Charity the

San Fsten the rudder of thy will ; steer

e-sis Bad earir defiance to thy rooted vices.
LLILIISsher in the devils.-$21. Annihilate
- VIXERIT ge; thize oun monarch.- $ 20. Be

era bringrantede.- $ 22. Conscience will
RTS :ee-323. Flaitery is a juggler ; fall not
De-S4. Siady the dominion of thy: elf.-

The hand of Pro-
SYR 0 nine in Scripture.

123-N per and honours not to be rejected.-
$: sarana ia ai stations-28. Nothing totally

Sisia a human tempers.- § 29. Overlook not

As *** Quand up in adversities. - 30. Pass not
the sa: merciul interventio:s may recall us.-

xnx the distinctions of men and women,-
Si met away thy days in sloth, Tediousness of
TAR:nier the merits of thy ancestors ; shine by thy

-4. Besr not thy tongue in the encomium of

Rowenta for honest parents. Modesty pre-
made of sins-s jó. Heroism of the soldiery ;

SECOND PART.
$1. GA with pleasure ; the strength of delight is in

3. Huunn lapses not to be toj strictly

judged.—$ 3. Avoid dogmatism ; let well.weighed considera-
iions guide. —84. Natural parts and good judgements rule the
world.--85. Swell not the leaves of learning by fruitless repe-
titions.-86. Despair not of better things whereof there is yet
no prospect.-$ 7. Speckled face of honesty in the world.
§ 8. Weigh not thyself in the scales of thy own opinion.
Self-conceit a fallacy of high content.-89. Physiognomy.
Schemes of look.—$ 10. Court not felicity too far; it sharpens
affiction. —$11. Ponder the acts of Providence. Judgements
on others, our monitions.-$ 12. Good-natured persons best
founded for Heaven.-$ 13. To learn to die, better than to
study the ways of dying.

THIRD PART.

§ 1. Pursue virtue virtuously.-$2. A triumph (not ovation) over

thy passions. —$ 3. Adjourn not thy chastity.-$ 4. Be tempe-

rate, to serve God better.—$ 5. Charity. Diffuse thy beneficence

early ;-$6. give largely, widely.-87. The covetous merciless

to themselves ;-88. live but unto one world.-89. Be grained

in virtue, not lightly dipt.—8 10. Plain virtue. Have no by-

ends.-$11. Law of thy country, not the non ultra of thy

honesty.-$ 12, Morality not ambulatory. No new ethicks

§ 13. Envy, an absurd depravity.-$ 14. Humility, owe not to

humiliation.-$ 15. Forgiveness to be total.---$ 16. Charity the

crowning grace.-& 17. Fasten the rudder of thy will ; steer

strait unto good.—$ 18. Bid early defiance to thy rooted vices,

-$ 19. Be substani ially great ; thine own monarch. - $ 20. Be

deaf to calumniators ; they relieve the devils.-$21. Annihilate

not Gou's mercies by ingratitude.-$22. Conscience will

shorten the great assize.-$23. Flattery is a juggler ; fall not

into self-adulation,-$24. Study the dominion of thy elf. —

825. Fortune hath no name in Scripture. The hand of Pro-

vidence.- 26. Money and honours not to be rejected.

$ 27. Content may dwell in all stations.--$28. Nothing totally

bad; though dro:s in all human tempers,-29. Overlook not

the mercies often bound up in adversities. —-8 30. Pass not

the Rubicon of sin; merciful interventions may recall us.-

$31. Confound not the distinctions of men and women.-

$32. Rest not under the merits of thy ancestors ; shine by thy

own.-$ 33. Dull not away thy days in sloth. Tediousness of

doing nothing.—$ 34. Busy not thy tongue in the encomium of

thyself. -$35. Be thankful for honest parents. Modesty pre-

venteth a multitude of sins.-$ 36. Heroism of the soldiery ;

the English gentleman.

$1. Glut not thyself with pleasure ; the strength of delight is in

judged.$3. Avoid dogmatism ; let well-weighed considera-
tions guide. —$ 4. Natural parts and good judgements rule the
world.—$ 5. Swell not the leaves of learning by fruitless repe.
titions.-86. Despair not of better things whereof there is yet
no prospect. -8 7. Speckled face of honesty in the world.-
88. Weigh not thyself in the scales of thy own opinion.
Self-conceit a fallacy of high content.-89. Physiognomy.
Schemes of look.-& 10. Court not felicity too far; it sharpens
affliction.-$11. Ponder the acts of Providence. Judgements
on others, our monitions.—$ 12. Good-natured persons best
founded for Heaven.-$ 13. To learn to die, better than to
study the ways of dying.

THIRD PART.

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