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Port'guese and Italian also. BY a Church of England man; a Gentleman born, [descended from the eldest line of a very anctent Saxon and Norman-Family, restored to their Lands in England by King William the Conqueror, since which has e been 22 Generations, without any blot in their Sourcheon, of which 2 have been Knights, 1 a Bishop, and 1 a Dean; ) a Merchant bied these 37 years; a Traveller; a Linguist; a Native and a registred Freeman of the well built, plentiful, healthy and pleasant Ciry of EXETER, and County of EXON ; half a mile long, and one third of a mile broad within the walls; one of the 4 Chambers of England; one of the  Cinque-Poris; à Bishop's See ; an Earldom ; the only Staple for Serges in Great Briitain; and a place of great Trade: Has 2 Weekly Markets, and s Yearly Fairs;
Outgates, and 6 within ; a Guildhall, a frison, a Bridewell, a great Conduit, a Corn and a Serge Market; 2 Latine: Schools and 2 Hofpi*als, a Cathedral and is Parith, Churches and a Chappel in the City;and Churches and 2 Chappels in the 4 large Suburbs: Is governd by a Layor and Aldermen, having a Sword-bearer with the Cap of Mainteance, &c; also ty a Recorder ,Sherrifs, &c. Has a very ancient Calle ithin the Walls, but out of that Cruniy, ) on the North-Eaft, with a Chappel in it, where th' Allizes and Sessions for Devonshire are held, id the County-Jayl hard by it;and a fair high, long stone Bridge on ne West,over the River Exe; (the middle of which parts is from a large, sh Village and Parish, with a Church, a Ward, and a Bridewell , call'á THOMAS th' Apostle , in Devon.) See more afterch'Epiftle.
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EPISTLEThe Character of a True Church of England Man.
to be read to the Family.
before the holy Supper.
cipal Festivals, with an Account of all our other
Fasts and Feafts, and proper Prayers.
Ch. 4. Preparative Devotions for Monday, or the 6th.
for Thursday, or the 3d. day before.
Partil.Ch, 1. for the Sacrament-day before I go to Church
Ch. 4. Meditations after the Sacrament for Christmas,
Ealter., Ascension-, Whitsunday, Trinity-
for New Year's.', Easter-, Ascension,
Months, to be read to the Family.
3 Prayers before leave the seat, Intr. S. 24, 30.1.12, ch. 3.9. 8.
ch. 5, §. 17.ch.6.9. 15,ch. 7, 9, 11.ch. 8, 8.12.ch. 9, S. 10.
What a Sacramentis ch.1, S. 3, Addit. Lord's supper G. 4, Addit,
6, S. &, 11, 12, ch.7, 5.7, 8, ch. 8, S.), ch.9.9.6.
before the Sacrament for Months and 5 Feafts,ch: 3, all. Of Fasting one day before the Communion, Part I. ch.4.9.20 The necessity of Receiving, ch.48.4, P,2,ch. 1, 5.3. Of not being able Read, P.3.c.3.5.4. Simple folk.ch.7.$ 4,mid.
-young people's communicating, P.1,ch.4,9.5.P.3,ch.1,9.7. bad clothes, P.3,ch.4, S. 3, color-and black-clothes,ch.5.5.3.
P. 1.ch.2, 5.7.-Law-Suits, P. 3.ch.4, 5.6. -administring to a mixt Congregation P. 3, ch.5,1.4,
at Noon and Fafting, P. 1. ch. 1, 5.5,P.2, ch. 1, 8.12. -receiving it kneeling, P. 2.chi 2, S. 3, 4. Against Con-&Tran-substantiation, P.1,ch 4,9.9,P.2,ch.2,8.3.4. The necessity of Preparation, P.1.ch.4.5.6.Wherein consists.s,. The Author of this Sacrament 5,8. Preciousness of its parts, 8.9. -Excellency of the Ends and Fruitsch. 5, $. 3. Of my unworthiness, P. 1, ch. 1, 5.11,P.3. ch.5.5.5 ch.6,5.3,
ch. 7, 5.4. - Judging my felf,P. 7,06.4,5,10,11.ch.5,8.4.to 7.ch.126.96.36.199.
ch. 7, 5.5, 6.ch. 8.9.6, 7, ch.9.3.4, 5, Append. 9.1, 3.41,51. My Duty to God and my NeighborP.1.c.4.5.1.Self, App.5.47. 6 Divine Colloquies'ıwixt the soul & her Savior, P. 1, ch. 4, §.
13, ch.5.5.9. ch.6,9. 13,ch, 7, 8, 9. ch. 8,9.10.ch.9.0.7. Of the Knowledge of the Trinity, Creation and Fall, Nitures
and Offices of Christ,and Redemption by Him, P. 1, ch.5.5.3. ch. 6,9. 3, P. 2, ch, 2, §. 29. Addition. Doctrine of the Sacraments,P,1,Ch.1,9:34,6,7.ch.4 9.8,9 ch.5,9.3.ch,6,9.4Aduit. Faith, P. 1, ch. 6,9.5, ch. 10, 8.57, Append. 9. 32.33. -Charity, Introil. $.25, P. 1, ch. 4, . 27 ch.7,5 3, P.2, ch. 2.
$. 12,76. P. 3. ch. 4.$.4, 5, 6, Append. 9.45. -Repentance, P.1,ch.7. $ 4,2.3.ch.1,9.8,9,10.ch.2 3.3.ch.38.3,
-Delires, P. 1, ch. 8, 5.3Self-Resignation: 5.4.
Psalms, Introd.S.31,P.1,Ch.10, 8.12, App. 9. 11, 43, Alman.
Litanies private and publiek, P. 1,'ch. 1o. S. 18, 19, 20. -faying, Have mercy upon me, thrice, S, 27, 45. -daily attendance on the Prayers at Church, Appen. 9.50. keeping Holy.daies, Introd, S. 2, P. 1, ch. 2, 8.1, 8, 10, 12. 14, 16, to 20.