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SERMONS upon several Practical Subjects. By the late Reverend EDWARD LITTLETON, L. L. D. Fellow of Eton College, and Vicar of Maplederham, Oxon.; and late Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty. The Third Edition; To this Edition is prefix'd an Account of the Author, in which are inserted some Copies of Verses written by him when at Cambridge.
- Serm. 1: The Duty of Rejoicing for good Times: Upon Eccles. vii. 14.
- 2. Self-Love the best Motive to Religion. Psalm xix. 11.
- 3. The separate Interests of this World and the next reconciled. Col. iii. 2.
- 4. The Necessity of well Husbanding our Time. Psalm xc. 12.
- 5. The One thing needful. Luke x. 41, 42.
- 6. Mysteries no real Objection to the Truth of Christianity. Deut. xxix. 29.
- 7. All Words to be accounted for at the Day of Judgment. Matt. xii. 36, 37.
- 8. The Duty of continual Watching. Mark xiii. 37.
- 9. The true Nature and End of Fasting. Matt. ix. 15.
- 10. A Man's Christian Name his best Title. 1 Cor. i. 1.
- 11. We must not judge others by what they suffer. Luke xiii. 2, 3, 4, 5.
- 12. A Posthumous Fame not worth the seeking. Gen. v. 25, 26, 27.
- 13. The Folly of Hypocrisy in this World. Job viii. 13.
- 14. The miserable Portion of Hypocrites in the next World. Job xxvii. 8.
- 15. All common Forms of Swearing forbidden. Matthew v. 34, 35, 36.
- 16. We are to prove, and then hold fast that which is good. John i. 46.
- 17. Our Father which art in Heaven. Matt. vi. 9.
- 18. Hallowed by thy Name. Matt. vi. 9.
- 19. Thy kingdom come. Matt. vi. 10.
- 20. On Matt. vi. 10. Continued.
- 21. Thy Will be done on Earth, as it is in Heaven. Matt. vi. 10.
- 22. Give us this Day our daily Bread. Matt. vi. 11.
- 23. And forgive us our Debts, as we forgive our Debtors. Matt. vi. 12.
- 24. And lead us not into Temptation, but deliver us from Evil. Matt. vi. 13.
N. B. There are a few remaining of the Octavo Edition, Printed on a large Character in two Volumes.
Part I. containing, The Proofs of JESUS's RESURRECTION stated, and the Objections to it answer'd.
Part II. containing, A Defence of the Literal Story of JESUS's driving the BUYERS and SELLERS out of the TEMPLE; and Suffering the DEVILS to enter into the Herd of SWINE.
Part III. containing, a Defence of the Literal Story of JESUS's causing the BARREN FIG-TREE to Wither away, and His turning WATER into WINE.
Part IV. containing, A Defence of the Literal Story of JESUS's healing the INFIRM MAN at the POOL of BETHESDA; and his healing the LARALYTICK, who was let down thro' the ROOF.
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A DISSERTATION on PROPHECY, wherein the Coherence and Connexion of the Prophecies in both the Old and New Testament are fully considered: Together with an Explanation of the REVELATION of St. JOHN. By the Right Reverend ROBERT Lord Bishop of CLOGHER. To which is added, A NARRATIVE of the Proceedings of a Great Council of JEWS, assembled in the Plain of Ageda in Hungary, about thirty Leagues from Buda, to examing the Scriptures concerning CHRIST, on the Twelfth.
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The THIRD EDITION, Beautifully Printed in Octavo,
Dedicated to Her Highness the LADY AUGUSTA.
The LADY's PRECEPTOR: Or, A Letter to a Young Lady of Distinction upon POLITENESS. Taken from the French of the Abbè D'Ancourt, and adapted to the Religion, Customs, and Manners of the English Nation. By a Gentleman of Cambridge.
With all that Earth or Heav'n could bestow,
To make her amiable:——On she came,
Grace was in all her Steps, Heav'n in her Eye,
- Of Politenes in general.
- Of Politeness in Religion, and against Superstition.
- Of Devotion.
- Of Behaviour at Church.
- Of the Duties and Decorums of Civil Life.
- Of Behaviour to our Superiors.
- Of Conversation.
- Of Complaisance.
- Of Flattery and Servility.
- Of Appearing Absent in Company.
- Of Contradiction.
- Of Calumny and Detraction.
- Of Vain-Glory.
- Of Prejudice.
- Of being too Inquisitive.
- Of Whispering and Laughing in Company.
- Of Applauding and Censuring People rashly.
- Of Mimicking others.
- Of being Blind to what gives us Offence.
- Of Gallantry from the Men.
- Of Friendship with Men.
- Of Love.
- Of Matrimony.
- Of Duty to Parents.
- Of Pride and Condescension.
- Of True and False Nobility.
- Of Self-Conceit and Love of Vanity.
- Of Humility and Pride.
- Of Going to Court, and Courtiers.
- Of Insincerity.
- Of Friendship.
- Of Doing Good Offices.
- Of Anger and Resentment.
- Of Gentleness and Modesty.
- Of Keeping and Imparting Secrets.
- Of Receiving and Paying Visits.
- Of Egotism.
- Of the Imitation of others.
- Of Compliments and Ceremony.
- Of Asking Questions.
- Of Talking before Servants.
- Of Behaviour towards rude young Fellows.
- Of Ridicule.
- Of Politicks.
- Of Trusting to Appearances and Reports.
- Of Hope and Belief.
- Of Idleness.
- Of Appearing often in Publick Places.
- Of Houswifry.
- Of Frugality and Covetousness.
- Of the Learning proper to a young Lady.
- Of Letter-Writing.
- Of the Choice and Entertainment of Books.
- Of Dress.
- Of Behaviour at Table.
- Of Behaviour at Asssmblies, Operas, and Plays.
- Of Gaming.
- Of Self-Conversation.
- Of Good nature and Charity.
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Illustrated with 197 Cuts, the Fifth Edition of
The SIXTH EDITION, Printed in Octavo, of