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In our duty to our Neighbour:|24. The duty of a friend; and of
partaking of other men's fins. 52.
HE duty of princes. 75. Of the qualifications requisite in 53. The duty to civil inagi-| friendship. ftrates.
26. Of the choice of company, and 54. The duty of civil magistrates its importance to youth.
both to king and people. 77. The duty of seryants, Thewing 55. In what manner the civil magi- that servitude is of God's apAtrate is to be punished.
pointment for the public good. 56. Of the christian priesthood, and 78. The advantages of servitudes ! the clergy's great service to man- 79. There is no such distinction in kind.
heaven. 57. Why it was ordaired.
8o. Of duelling. 58. Is of God's appointment; ho-181. Of murder that may be comnourable, and must not be con- mitted in word and thought, temned,
82. 'I he case of Abraham offering his 59. What is required of those that son Ifaac, not to be imitated. enter into holy orders.
83. In what case killing is not mur60. Of the superior education of the der. clergy.
84. Of self-murder by melancholy 61. Of the behaviour due to those persons, and by condemned prithat set a bad example.
soners. 62. The reasons of the contempt of 85. Self-murder is infamous, and to the clergy.
be abhorred, 63. The advantage of doing our du- 86. Its causes, danger, and means to ty to the ministers of God's word prevent it. and sacraments.
87. The deceit and sin of borrowing 64. Of the king's supremacy in ec- on bad securities; of putting off clesiastical affairs, and power to bad money; of engrossing, and of punish evil ministers.
trading in evil-gotten goods. 65. The king cannot invade the 88. OI vexatious law-suits, and of prieft's office.
defrauding creditors by protecti66. The duty of children in regard ons and frauds.
to quarrels or contention between 89. Of the advantages of fair dealing. their parents.
90. The method to prevent censo. 67., When they may go to law with riousness.
a parent; and in what manner. 91. The folly of promising what is 68. The duty of parents in regard to not in our power to perform.
the portioning their children. 92. Of avoiding flattery. 69. Whether they may disinherit|93. Of equivocation.
their children ; and in what cases. 94. Of repeating a lye. 70. The duty of a wife in regard to 95. Of jocose jests, dress.
96. Of admonition and reproof, how 71. How she may secure her hur- to be given to an obstinate finner, band's affections.
in the case of intemperance, in 79. How to behave to an adulter- time of sickness, and imprisonment
ous husband; and how to reclaim and persecution. him,
97. How to prosecute an offender, 73. The advantage of her meekness and a debtor,
98. Who is an unmerciful creditor. (124. Of innocent appetites, and their 99. We are not to be charitable by great advantage. unjust gain, nor to the prejudice 125. Of good and bad zeal. of our creditors.
126. Of christian zeal, how to be
practised, and when it is abufed. In our duty to Ourselves.
127. Of the certainty and uncertain.
ty of death. 100, F the government of our 128. It is advantageous to man,
and a token of God's wisdom and 101. In what their libcrty and mo- goodness. rality confift,
129. What infuence a meditation 102. The various methods of go- on death Mould have upon us, verning them.
130. How to number our days. 103. Of self-conceit, its bad confequences, and how it may be 132: Of habitual preparation for
131. Of repentance before death. curbed.
death. 104. Of passionate people.
133. Of thc best preparation for it. 105. Of idleness. 106. It is the fountain of poverty.
134. How this preparation is lin
dered. 107. It is the root of all evil. 108. It is dangerous to fervants, and
135. Of a just disposal of our world
ly affairs. to tradesmen in particular.
136. Of a disregard of the world; of 109. It is the parent of enthusiasm.
patience in fickness; and of suba 110. It is the bane of religion and million to the will of God.
society. 111. Of the blessings of industry.
137. Of the advice and affiftance of
a minifter. 112. How far the devil has a power 138. In what the death of the righto tempt man.
teous confifts. 113. How to guard against tempta- 139. Of the shortnefs of human life. tion.
140. In what the life of man con 114. Of drinking fpirituous liquors. fifts. 115. How they are destructive to our 141. Of the advantage of piety, nature.
142. Of the disadvantages of a long 116. Of spending our time.
life. 117. Of refrefhments and recreati
Of a middle state.
144. Of the danger and folly of a 118. Of chearfulness and melan
mif-spent life. chroly.
145. Directions for a holy life. 119. Of the danger and sinfulness of 146. Why death is so dreadful to hn
excess in apparei. 120. Of christian fortitude and pa-147. How the fear of death may be tience.
removed. 121. It is necessary in all states and 148. Why men defire to live long.
conditions. 122. Of impatience, its confequen
149. Of the height of chriftian pera
fection, ces, and means to overcome it.
150. Its comfort to the foul of a dya 123. Of felf-denial or mortification.
Whoso eateth my Flesh, and thinketh my Bloodbath eternal Life and I will raise him up at the laft Day.
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