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ARON his base Compliance with
the idolatrous Jews amazing. Page 97
— a Transgressor hoth of the second
and tenth Commandment, p. 97,305
Abednego, his Fortitude and Zeal.
for the Honour of God, with its good
Abel, 'why hated hy his Brother Cain. p. 301
Abelara end Alfonge, the sad Effect of their Cu-
riosity, "' p. 11 6
Abiram, his dreadful and uncommon Punishment.
Abfalom, the Enormity and Complication of his Sin,
'with its bitter Fruits. p. 208
Achan, his Covetousness and Disobedience, hoiv
terribly visited upon him. p 17 2
Acontius, his artful Stratagem, and good Sue-
tefs ^ - p. 128
Adolphus, his unnatural Treatment of his Father,
justly rewarded p, Z14
Ahab, his Suhornation! of Perjury, and Murder,
hotu dreadfully punished. p. 285
Alfonge, sit Abelara.'
Amphinomus and Anapius, their singular Piety,
ivith its happy Effects, p. 206
Amurath, Emperor of the Turks, hit powerful
Adjuration, and its immediate Consequences, p. 147
Ananias and Sapphira, the bitter Emits of their
Collusion and Lye. p. 273
Anuochus, his gigantic Impiety, and miserable
End. p 63, &c.
Ariobarzanes, King of Cappadocia, bit extraor-
dinary Love to his Son; and the uncommon filial Piety
of the latter. p. 202
Belshazzar, his monstrous Wickedness, and imme-
diate Punishment. p. 47, &c.
Biron, the Duke de, the fatal Effects of his Cu-
riosity- p 115
Buckingham, the ivitty Duke, his merry Way of
confuting a Popish Priest. p. 89
Buckingham, the Great Duke, the bitter Fruits of
his OppreJJion. p 27 6
Cain, his unparallePd Wickedness, Audaciousness,
and Insolence. p. 300, &c.
Caligula, his ahominable Wish. p. 301
Calisthenes, the Philosopher. his hold and noble An-
swer to Alexanders Parasites. , ■ p. 25
Charles VI, of Austria, late Emperor, chiefly the
Author of bis oivn Misfortunes, hy his Breach of
Treaties. p. 148, &C
Costande), Prince of Georgia, bis deserved End.
^ . . P- 2«7
Cydippe, see Aontius.
Daniel, his Boldness in Defence of Innocence- p. 291
Dathan, fee Abiram.
David, his complicated Sin, hew severely 'visited
upon him. p. 233
Dinah, her Rape, the bitter Fruits if it. p. 257
Dudley and Empson, the hopeful Issue of their
Oppression, p. 276
Dudley, see Northumberland.
Elcazar, the Jewish Doctor, his noble Constancy, in
Defence of his Religion. p. 70
Elders, their deserved Detection, and Punish-
ment- p. 257, Sic.
Empress, the present, in some Measure accessary to
her own Misfortunes, by her Disregard to Right- p, 155
Eropson, see Dudley.
Envy, nattyafly productive of Murder- p. 305
Fclton, who stabb'd the Duke of Buckingham,
aituated by the Principle* of the old Romans. p. 276
France, the present King of, a Murderer of Millions,
and Transgresfgr of the Sixth Commandment- p. 226
Gave flop, Piers, hit deserved End. p. 275
Gibeah, the Men of that City, their horrible Lust,
hew severely punished. p. 257
Gideon, hy setting up an Ephod in Ophrah, in-
snares hoth the Israelites and his own Family- p. 101
Grey, Duke of Suffolk, justly rewarded, for his in-
vidious Praclices against the two Seymours, p. 309
HaJ), James, his barbarous Murder of his Master,
providentially discoverid, and recommenced upon his own
Head. p. 149
Hanna, John, meets with the due Retribution of
bis Perjury. p. iC/J
Hayes, Katherine, her unnatural Murder of her
Husband, miraculousty brought to Light, and justly
punished. p. 234
Heliodorul, his audacious Impiety severely cha-
fifed. p 61
Henderson, Matthew,- how chained down, as it
nv;re by Providence- till he was secured, for the
Murder of his Mistress. p. 249
Henry- the Prince, his Disobedience to his Father
punished with untimely Death. p. 212
Herod, the Tetrarch, some Remarks upon bis un-
common Visitation. p- 81.
Holosernes, his Blasphemy, severely punished, hy the
Mauds of a Woman. P- 57
Horoscopes, tie Folly, Sin, and Danger if con-
sulting them. 'p. ill, &C.
Jacob's Sons, guilty of the'same Sin ixith Cain,
though not sa grievously punisheJ. . p- JC4
Jezebel, her dreadful End. p. 286
Judas Maccabeus, his Brai'try in Defence of the
tiue Religion. p 76
Judith, her Fortitude end Zeal for the Honour of
Gad. ., p. 61
JullJn, Geuni; the dreadful Effects 0} his Daughter's
Rape. p. 259
Korah, fee Abiram.
Lewis, Elton; his Murder of Mrs. Robinson, pro-
vidential/y discovered, and punfied. p. 238
Longden, John, revenged hy the Hand of Heaven
tn his forsworn Accuser. , p. 295
^ JLrust, Us dreadful Effects. p. 257, &c.
Mac-Cray, all his Quirks and Subtlety of no Service
to him. p. 279
Malcolm, Sarah, her unparallelid Cruelty, and just
Punishment- p. 236
Maiden, Daniel, escapes twice out of Newgate to-
no Purpose. p. 279
Mattathias, his Boldness in the Cause of God. p. 69
Miriam, her Envy, hoiu punishde p. 305
Mortimer, Robert, his deserved End. p. 275
Naboth, his Murder, how dreadfully visited upon
hi 1 Murderers. p. 285
^Natholicus, King of Scotland, his Curiosity, how
riiuarded. p 126
Nebuchadnezzar, his Pride and Arrogance, how
grievousty humbled- p. 45, &c-
Northumberland, the Duke of, the hopeful Fruits
of his Envy- p. 309
Orodes, King u/Partbia, his base Ingratiude justly
rewarded. n. 208
Perseus, King ef Macedon, his Fratricide and Envy,
severely puni/b'd. p. 506
Philip, Father to the foregoing, the sad Effects of bit
Cruelty and Jealousy. " ibid.
Phineas, the happy EffeBs of bis Zeal for the Di-
vine Honours p. 98
PorreoiA, Capt, the Hand of Heaven visible,'in his
being brought to Justice. p. 247
Price, George, his providential Discovery and
Condemnation. p. 245
Pharaoh, his deserved Puni/hment, and End.
Rapes, the bitter Fruits thereof. p. 257, &c.
. Rcchabires, the great Reward of their silial Piety,
p. 193, &c.
Roderick, King of Spain, the dreadful Effects of
Us ra'uishing Count Julian'* Daughter. p. 259
Rofamond, the sad Consequences',. of her criminal
Conversation voith Henry II. p. 258
Saul, his Ingratitude and Envy, hova grievously
pnfjbed. p. 305"
fcenriac'herib, his Insolence and Blasphemy justty
rewarded, p. 42, &cV
Shadrach, see Abednego.
Sheppard, Jack, his lucky Escapes and Ingenuity,
if no Service to him. . P- 278
Spain, the present £>ueen Dowag/r, the common In-
cendiary of Christendom. p. 15
Spencers, the Fatter and Son, the miserable End of
their Ambition and Oppression. p. 27.5
Straffbrd, the great Earl os, his unfortunate End:
Sufanna, the Difference betvueen her ConduB, and that
fr" the wicked Elders, viiib its different Success, p. 290
Thest, i, fatal Confluence.'. p. 272.
Treaty-Breaking, the bitter Frttitstfit, p. 145, &c