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THOMAS NELSON AND PETER BROWN.

1828.

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CONTENTS.

LIFE OF THP AUTHOR

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MORAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY.

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Xxvii CHAP. XII.-Contracts of Labour-Commissions 88 PERSACE

xxix CHAP. XIII.-Contracts of Labour-Partnership 57

CHAP. XIV.-Contracts of Labour Offices ib.
CHAP. XV.--Lies

38 CHAP. XVI.--Oaths

39 BOOK 1. CHAP. XVII.-Oath in Evidence

41 CHAP. XVIII.-Oath of Allegiance

42 PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS. CHAP. XIX.-Oath against Bribery in the Election CHAP. 1.-Definition and Use of the Science 1

of Members of Parliament

ib. CHAP. 11.-The Law of Honour

ib.
CHAP. XX.-Oath against Simony

44 CHAP. 111.-The Law of the Land

CHAP, XXI.-Oaths to observe Local Statutes
CHAP. IV.-The Scriptures

CHAP. XXII. --Subscription to Articles of Religion 45
CHAP. XXIII.--Wills

ib.
CHAP, V.-The Mioral Sense
CHAP. VI.-Human Happiness
CHAP. VII.-Virtue

BOOK III.

PART II.
BOOK II.

OF RELATIVE DUTIES WHICH ARE INDETERMINATE
CHAP. 1.-Charity

47 MORAL OBLIGATIONS. CHAP. 11.-Charity-The Treatment of our Do

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

mestics and Dependants CHAP. III.-Slavery

ib my word? considered

12

CHAP. IV. - Charity Professional Assistance 49 CHAP, II.- What we mean to say when a Man is

50 obliged to do a thing

13

CHAP. V.-Charity-Pecuniary Bounty
CHAP. VI.-Resentment

53 CHAP. III.-The Question, Why am I obliged to CHAP. VII.-Anger

ib. keep my word ? resumed

ib
CHAP. VIII. -Revenge

54 CHAP. IV-The Will of God 14

55 CHAP. V. --The Divine Benevolence

CHAP. IX.-Duelling

15 CHAP. VI.-Utility

56
CHAP, X-Litigation
ib

CHAP. XI.-Gratitude
CHAP. VII.- The Necessity of General Rules 16
CHAP. VIII.-The Consideration of General Con-

CHAP, XII.-Slander
es pursued

17 CHAP. IX-Uf Right

18 CHAP. X-he Division of Rights

19

BOOK III.
CHAP. XI.-The General Rights of Mankind 20

PART III.
OP RELATIVE DUTIES WHICH RESULT FROM THE

CONSTITUTION OF THE SEXES.
BOOK III.

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

50 RELATIVE DUTIES. CHAP. II.-Fornication

ib, CHAP. III.- Seduction

61 PART I. CHAP. IV.-Adultery

62

61 OF RELATIVE DUTIES WHICR ARE DETERMINATE.

CHAP. V.-Incest
CHAP. VI.--Polygamy

ib. CHAP. I-Of Property 22 CHAP. VII.--Of Divorce

65 CHAP: 11. --The Use of the Institution of Property 23 CHAP. VIII.- Marriage CHAP. III.-The History of Property

24 CHAP. IX.-Of the Duty of Parents CHAP. IV. -In what the Right of Property is CHAP. X.-The Rights of Parents

74 founded ib. CHAP. XI.-The Duty of Children

ib. CHAP. V.-Promises

26 CHAP. VI.-Contracts

30 CHAP. VII.-Contracts of Sale

ib. CHAP. VIII-Contracts of Hazard

BOOK IV. CHAP. IX.-Contracts of lending of inconsumable

DUTIES TO OURSELVES.

ib. CHAP. X.-Contracts concerning the lending of CHAP. I.-The Rights of Self-Defence

76 Money

CHAP. 11,-Drunkenness CHAP. 'XI. - Contracts of Labour--Service 35 | CHAP. 111.-Suicide

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THE MANNER OF VISITING THE SICK.

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Particular Prayers for the Sick

208

SECT, I.-The Assistance that is to be given to Sick

A larger Form of Prayer for the Sick

ib.

269
and Dying Persons by the Ministry of the Clergy 251 Proper Psalms for the Sick

270

SECT. I1.-Rules for the Manner of visiting the Sick ib. | A Declaration of Forgiveness

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

ture of Repentance, and Confession of his Sins

252

OCCASIONAL PRAYERS FOR THE SICK, VIZ

Arguments and Exhortations to move the Sick

Man to Repentance and Confession of his Sins ib. A Prayer for a Person in the beginning of his Sick.

Arguments and general Heads of Discourse, by

270

way of Consideration, to awaken a stupid For Thankfulness in Sickness

971

Conscience, and the careless Sinner

254 For a Blessing on the Means used for a Sick Per-

SECT. IV.-Of applying spiritual Remedies to the

son's Recovery

ib.

unreasonable Fears and Dejections of the Sick 256 For a Sick Person, when there appears some Hope
Considerations to be offered to Persons under of Recovery

ib.

Religious Melancholy

257 In behalf of the Sick Person, when he finds any

An Exercise against Despair

Abatement of his Distemper

ib.

SECT. V.-Considerations against Presumption 260 For one who is dangerously ill

: :

ib.
The Order for the Visitation of the Sick 261 For a Sick Person when Sickness continues long
The Communion of the Sick
263

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Proper Collects that may be used with any of For the Grace of Patience, and a suitable Behavi.

the Prayers for the Sick

266 our in a Sick Person to Friends and Attendants ib.

For Spiritual Improvement by Sickness

ib-

For a Sick Person who is about to make his Wil 273

ib

PRAYERS FOR THE SICK, viz.

For a Sick Penitent

For a Sick Person who intends to receive the bless-

A general Prayer for the Acceptance of our Devo- ed Sacrament

274

tions for the Sick

267 For a Sick Person that wants Sleep

ib.

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To be said when the Sick Person grows light-headed 24 For a Person that is afflicted with grievous Pains of

For a Person when Danger is apprehended by exces-

sive Sleep :

275 For one who is troubled with acute Pains of the Gout,

For a Person lying insensible on a Sick-bed

ib. Stone, Cholic, or any other bodily Distemper 283

For one who hath been a notoriously wicked Liver ib. For a Person in the Small-Pox, or any such-like rag-

For one who is hardened and impenitent

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ing infectious Disease

ib.

For a Sick Woman that is with Child

ib. For a Person in a Consumption, or any lingering

For a Woman in the Time of her Travail

ib. Disease

ib.

For a Woman who cannot be delivered without For a Person who is lame in his Sickness

284

Difficulty and Hazard

277 For one that is bed-ridden

ib.

For Grace and Assistance for a woman after De.

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

livery, but still in Danger

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

For a Sick Child

278 choly and Dejection of Spirit

ib.

For a Person who, from a state of Health, is sudden. For the same

285
Ty seized with the Symptoms of Death

ib. For one under fears and Doubts concerning his spi-

For a Sick Person, when there appeareth small Hope ritual Condition, or under perplexing 'Thoughts

of Recovery

279 and Scruples about his Duty

ib.

A general Prayer for Preparation and Readiness to For one who is disturbed with wicked and blasph

die

ib. mous Thoughts

ib.

A commendatory Prayer for a sick Person at the For one who is afflicted with a profane Mistrust of

point of Departure

ib. Divine Truths and blasphemous Thoughts ib

A Litany for a Sick Person at the time of Departure ib. For one under the dread of God's Wrath and ever.

Form of recommending the Soul to God, in her De- lasting Damnation

parture from the Body

250 For a Lunatic

A consolatory Form of Devotion that may be used For natural Fools or Madmen

ib
with the Friends or Relations of the Deceased 281 Proper Psalms for a Sick Person at Sea

ib,

A Prayer for a Sick Seaman

287

For a Sick Soldier or Seaman

288

A Prayer to be used by a Person afflicted with a

OCCASIONAL PRAYERSAND DEVOTIONS FOR

Distémper of long continuance

ib,

THE SICK AND UNFORTUNATE IN EX- A Prayer to be used on the Death of a Friend 289

ib,

TRAORDINARY CASES.

A Prayer to be used by a Person troubled in Mind

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.

brought on him by some calamitous Disaster or A Prayer of Preparation for Death

290

Loss, as of Estate, Relations, or Friends, &c. 282 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 hurt in his body

ib in Houses

298

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