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Stoppel-What stops the hole of a vessel. Sapiential-Relating to wisdom.
Stridulous-Making a small creaking noise. Scabious-A herb so called.
Styed-Soared, ascended. Scant-Scarcely.
Style--A pen. Scarce-valuable-Scarcely to be estimated. Subact-To subdue. Sciscitations-Questionings.
Subduction-Withdrawing. Scissure- A rent, dirision.
Subduce-To withdraw. Scoganism—Jesting; from a celebrated Subincusation-An implied accusation, jester named Scogan.
Subornation-Seduction to a base action. Scoppet-To lade, to empty.
Şubreption—The act of obtaining by surScurrile-Scurrilous.
prise or deceit. Scruze-To press, to squeeze.
Suffect-To choose or put in the place of Securance-Security.
another. Securitan-A secure person.
Suffosion-Undermining, digging up. Seen-Skilled.
Suffumigation-Raising fume by means of Segregate-To separate.
Suhit and Gazul-Certain weeds growing Seized-Possessed.
in Egypt, of which, being burnt to ashes, Sejoin-To separate.
the finest sort of Venice glasses are Sejunction Separation.
made, Seldom when-Unfrequently.
Superfætation-One conception made on Sepelition—Burial.
another. Sequel-A consequence.
Supernal-Celestial, Sequence-Order of succession.
Supernatation-Swimming on the surface, Sere or Seare-Dry, withered.
Suppalpation-Wheedling, gently stroking. Sermocinations-Preachings.
Supparisitation-Flattery, pimping. Several-Separated, distinct.
Supputation—Computation, account. Severalized-Distinguished.
Surcease-To leave off. Severals-Particulars.
Surreption--Stealth. Severalty-Separation, distinction. Surrogate--To depute. Sharp-Sword.
Surrogation-Deputation. Shaveling—A friar, one shaven.
Susception-Assuming, taking up. Sheeped-Disgraced.
Swell-To dry up, or be pained, with Shimmering-Glittering.
Swinge-Sway, sweep. Shrewd-Proward.
Sybaritical-Effeminate, from the people Shrift-Confession of sin to a priest.
of Sybaris, a city in the south of Italy, Shriven-Confessed.
infamous for its effeminacy. Sidereal-Bright, starry.
Syllabical-Adhering to the merely literal Sign-To ratify, to consigo, to signify. Simulation-Deceit, pretence.
Symbol-Type, emblem, sigo. Simulatory--Pretended.
Symboles-Shares in a reckoning. Sipisterly—Absurdly, towards the left Symbolizem-To agree.
band. Site-Situation, token.
Tallying-Recording, punishing. Skill of—To know how.
Talmudiges—Adherents to the Talmud. Slip-A pretender, a counterfeit.
Tang—A strong taste. Sort-Aim.
Tazel, or Teasel-The Dipsacus: Eng. Sort to-To produce.
The Shepherds rod. Sortition-Casting lots.
Techiness-Peevishness. Soul-bell-A passing-bell, a bell rung at Techy_Peevish. the death of a person.
Tender – To treat tenderly. Spagiric-A chemist.
Tent-To fill a wound with lint. Spend Stover-To consume provisions.
Tentative-Trying, essaying. Spiration-Breathing.
Tenter-To stretch out as on tenters. Sportulary-Living by alms.
Termined-Terminated. Stale-A handle, step, means.
Terrivagus--A vagabond. Stated-Settled.
Terrene-Earthly. Stave off-To push off, to defer.
Tew-To beat. Stead— To help, to support.
Theophanies-Services in the immediate Stigmatical-Marked, branded, stigma- presence of God. tized.
Thrave--Twenty-four in number.
Valediction-Farewell. Thurification-- The act of fuming with Value-To imply, to signify. incense.
Vastation--Wasting. Timely--Early, premature.
Vatical-Prophetical. Till--To urge.
Velitation—The act of quarrelling or Topped-Snuffed.
bickering with. Torrefaction--Scorching or drying. Velleity-The lowest degree of desire. Tort-Injury, wrong.
Venditate-To display, to boast.
Veny-Push, thrust in fencing.
Vespertine-Of or relating to the evenTreachor-A traitor.
ing. Trochisees-A kind of medical lozenge. Vestiary-Relative to clothing. Tropical-Figurative.
Vicariate-Deputed office. Troth_Truth, faith.
Viduity-Widowhood. Trucheman-en interpreter.
Vigilancy-The state of life. Tuition-Defence.
Villenage-Base servitude. Tutor-A defender.
Visive-Belonging to the sight. Twit-To reproach, to sneer at.
Voice-To represent. Tympany-A hard swelling of the belly. Tyred, tyring-Fed or feeding as a vul- Wales Risings or marks from blows. ture.
Wasters-Foils, or cudgels.
Weal-Prosperity. Ubiquitary-One who believes the omni. Wearish_Soft, tame. presence of Christ's body.
Ween-To think. Ubiquity-A being in every place.
Well—To spring. Umbrage-A pretext.
Well-stated-Well-regulated. Unconvincibleness—Safety from convic, Welt-Border. tion.
Weltereth-Rolls in the mire. Undefeasible-Certain, that cannot be What ?-Why? annulled.
When as-Whereas. Unseisible-Impracticable.
Whiffler-A serjeant, one who clears the Univocally-In a determined sense.
While-To amuse, to beguile. Unreaved-Unrent, unopened.
Withed-Bound with withes. Usurary-Usurious.
Wont-Habit. Ure-Practice, use, habit.
Woolward-Clothed in woollen garments. Use-interest.
Wringing-Writhing. Usurp—To employ, to use.
Writheled-Wrinkled. Utter-To sell.
Wrought-Forced. Utopical-Imaginary, chimerical.
Zedoary-A Chinese root like ginger, but Vail-To yield, to give place.
TO THE TEN VOLUMES.
No. 51. vi. 33
all subject to the eye of evil
i. 133 Men, or evil Spirits No. 73. vi. 69'.
good, not well done, when
are glad that they are done.
No. 52. vi. 93
difference in the nature of
God's and ours ............No. 58. vi. 94
the best, do riot escape the ,
............No. 81. vi. 293
the Difference of, Soliloquy on.vi. 362
to refrain in them from all sin
i. 28 and to perform all duty, a Means of
to do nothing doubtingly, vii. 33
or Manners of Men, not to drazo
them to the prejudice of their cause,
i. 29 a Rule of Moderation. ......... vii. 459
consists, and how to be wrought. vii. 351
of the Infinite
and Government of the World, vii. 351
of the Infinite Mer-
.............. i. 113 cy of God in the Redemption of
......... vii. 353
many holy affections
to be continued and
ix. 464 perpetuated through our lives .. vii. 354
to be diffused thro'
our whole carriage; to the Name,
to be shewn in
the band of God.
............ No. 31. vi. 10 Adultery, Epistle on Divorce in this
ii. 204 Adversaries not to be branded without
Christian, the limits of
approach or remoteness with re-
No. 6. vi. 26 Agent, God an omnipotent one, in
of Ekron, in his sickness ii. 20
God's message to him ... j. 21
fire from heaven consumes
just sufferings of those who refused
it, and on the Increase of Popery.
vi. 44 tions, of this nature, repelled .. viii. 329
fort under public calamities viii. 147
hath no bounds
the torment of it. No. 95. vi. 29
No. 25. vi. 9
vii. 470 , Ambrose, not against Episcopacy.
ix. 596, 666
not in favour of Lay-Elders.
vi. 258 at the Ascension of Christ ..... ii. 521
Ministers of the Churches. v. 491
viii. 517 Angels, evil, Torments appointed to
their spiritual nature.....
their first Sin and Fall (See
their Number... vi. 487,
their Power. vi. 489, viii. 201
their knowledge and
Malice. vi. 491, viji. 203, 204
the Variety of their Spiri-
their Apparitions and
the vehemence of their
our Carriage towards
how we are to proceed
their woeful Estate. vi. 502
their Power............. vi. 454
their knowledge...... vi. 456
their Employments and
their Degrees and Orders.
their Apparitious..... vi. 462
the Respects which we
used as instruments..... No. 53. vi. 64 Thousand Years' Reign of the
the error which
ix. 681 runs through this whole discourse
ix. 644, 732
vii. 427 in the house of Obed-Edom.... i. 364
......... V. 263
some new Opinions broached on-
vii. 428 Asa restores the worship of God... i. 471
his heart perfect with the Lord i. 473
vii. 430. Assurance of Salvation, attainable, but
Atheists, the World full of them.
No. 71. vi. 97
Question; and a tedious one, to not to submit thereto, repelled. viii. 278
EXETER.............................. X. 272 wards God's infiniteness. No. 16. vi. 256
for the Superiority of Bishops... ix. 582 Back, Fashions profusely heaped upon
his Sermon on “The Glory of the
ix. 5 Latter House".
......... V. 169
BALM OF GILEAD: or, COMFORTS
FOR THE DISTRESSED; BOTH MO-
....... viii. 164
how to be received...... vii. 509
No. 71. vi, 18
of them ........
... vi. 209
Beasts wherewith St. Paul conflicted.
complacency of heart....... vi. 409 Bedlam, the spiritual, Soliloquy on. vi. 359
........ V. 204