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DEVOTIONAL AND MORAL. PART I.
REFLECTIONS on the being of a God
Creation of the earth, the heavens, and man
Address of our first parents to the Creator
Perfections of the Deity
Order and subordination through all the works of God.
The philosophy that stops at secondary causes, reproved.
The present state of man vindicated
Wisdom proclaiming a Providence to man
The prosperity of vice no just objection to the
Soliloquy on the immortality of the soul
The immortality of the soul implied from its motion.
Sir J. Davies. 51
The immortality of the soul inferred from its dissimilarity
to the body
Soame Jenyns. 52
Life not worth enjoying, without the hope of immortality.
Reflections on a future state, from a review of winter. 68
A contemplation on night
A thought on eternity
On seeing the figure of death in a dream. Dr. Har-
Christ's passion, from a Greek ode by Mr. Masters, for-
merly of New College
The genealogy of Christ, as it is represented on the east
window of Winchester college chapel
The excellency of the Bible
Divine illumination necessary to the most expert philo-
The day of judgment; a Setonian prize poem. Dr.
On the last day and the happiness of the saints in heaven.