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ENTERED IN STATIONERS HALE,

CONTENT S.

Pag.

LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,

vii

THE TRAVELLER.

Med. 1. Going abroad,

1 2. On taking farewell,

3 3. The tèmper of him that goes abroad, 5 4. On finding many passengers on shore, 6 5. On arriving at a strange city,

7 6. Good and bad men mixed together in the world,

8 7. On being enabled to resist a temptation, 9 8. The promises a divine treasure,

11 9. The sacred assurance,

24 10. On pumping the ship,

26 11. On the anchor of the ship,

27 12. The sails,

30 13. On the compass and helm,

32 14. Provisions and stores,

34 15. Balast,

37 16. The more we see of sin, the more we shouki hate sin,

39

Pag.

87

41. Coasting along another king's dominions, 88

42. On hearing from friends,

90

43. On the well of the ship,

93

44. The company of the wicked,

95

45. On awaking at midnight,

97

46. On one cursing and swearing at an af-

front,

99

47. God's equity in the eternity of torment, 101

48. Instructions from the communications of

the wicked,

104

49. Sorrow for sin a sign of grace,

106

50. On hearing a rumour of peace,

107

51. The noble principle,

109

52. Comparisons,

112

53. Our sorrow for sin too contracted, 116

51. Prisoners,

118

55. A ship falling foul of another,

119

56. War,

121

57. Unfortunate retreat,

123

58. The natural man insensible of mercy, 124

59. The word of God irresistible,

126

60. Docking ships,

128

61. On going into harbour,

129

62. On taking in large provisions,

131

63. Comfort and terror in one consideration, 133

64. On being in hot climates in a few days, 135

65. An high wind preferable to a calm, 136

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