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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

Rulers,

CHRISTIAN MORALS.

Page HINTS FOR FORMING THE CHARACTER OF A

Chap. XXIX-Of Periodical Essay Writers, par. YOUNG PRINCESS. ticularly Addison and Johnson,

83 Page.

86 Chap. I-Introductory Chapter, 6 Chap. XXX--Books of Amusement,

90 Chap. II—On the Acquisition of Knowledge,

7 Chap. XXXI-Books of Instruction, Chap. III—On the importance of forming the

Chap. XXXII— The Holy Scriptures—The Old
Testament,

92 10 Chap. IV–The Education of a sovereign a Spe Chap. XXXIII--The Holy Scriptures, The New

94 cific Education,

Testament,

12 Chap. V-Importance of studying Ancient His Chap. XXXIV-On the Abuse of Terms-Enthutory, 16 siasm-Superstition--Zeal for Religious Opin

97 Chap. 'VI–Laws–Egypt - Persia,

18
ions no Proof of Religion,

102 Chap. VII-Greece,

20 Chap. XXXV–The Reformation, Chap. VIII—Rome,

23 Chap. XXXVI-On the importance of Religious Chap. IX-Characters of Historians, who were

Institutions and Observances, They are suitthemselves concerned in the transactions which

ed to the nature of Christianity, and particu

104 they record,

26 larly adapted to the Character of Man, Chap. X-Reflections on History-Ancient His

Chap. XXXVII-Of the Established Church of torians,

28
England,

106 Chap. XI-English History-Mr. Hume,

31 Chap. XXXVIII- Superintendence of ProviChap. XII–Important Æras of English History

dence manifested in the Local Circumstances, -Alfred-King John-Henry VII., 32

111

and in the Religious History of England, Chap. XIII_Queen Elizabeth,

34 Chap. XXXIX--The Same Subject continued Chap. XIV-Moral Advantages to be drawn

Tolerant Spirit of the Church-Circumstanfrom the Study of History, independent of the

ces which led to the Revolution, and to the examples it exhibits—It proves the Corrup

Providential Succession of the House of Hantion of Human Nature-It demonstrates the

over,

115

Chap. XL-On Christianity as a Principle of superintending power of Providence-Illustrated by instances,

37

Action, especially as it respects Supreme Chap. XV-On the Distinguishnig Characters of

120 Christianity,

40 Chap. XVI—On the Scripture Evidences of Christianity. The Christian Religion peculiar

Chap. 1-On the writers of Pious Books, ly adapted to the Exigencies of Man; and Chap. 11-On Providence, especially calculated to supply the Defects of Chap. III-Practical Uses of the Doctrine of Providence, Heathen Philosophy, 43 Chap. IV-Thy will be done,

198 Chap. XVII–The Use of History in teaching the

Chap. V--0. Parable,

Chap. VI-On the Parable of the Talente, Choice of Favourites-Flattery-Our Taste Chap. vi-On Caluence, considered as a Talent, Improved in the Arts of Adulation-The Chap. VIII-On Time, considered as a Taleat, Dangers of Flattery exemplified,

48 Chap. IX-On Charity, Chap. XVIII— Religion Necessary to the Well Chap. X-On Prejudice,

163 Being of States,

51 Chap. XI-Particular Prejudices,
Chap. XII-Farther Causes of Prejudice,

167 Chap. XIX-Integrity the True Political Wis

Chap. XIII-Humility the only true Greatness,

169 dom,

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Chap. XIV-On Retirement, Chap. XX—On the True Arts of Popularity, 59 Chap. xv-Dangers and Advantages of Retirement, Chap. XXI—The importance of the Royal Ex Chap. XVI-An Inquiry, why some Good Sort of People

are not better,

182 ample in promoting Loyalty-On False Patriotism-Public Spirit,

62 Chap. XVII-The Inquiry, why some Good Sort of People Chap. XXII–On the Graces of Deportment

an not better, continued,

Chap. XVIII-Thoughts respectfully suggested to Good Sort The Dispositions necessary for Business of People, Habits of Domestic Life, 63 Chap. xix-On Habits,

193 Chap. XXIII–On the Choice of Society-Sin Chap. XX-On the Inconsistency of Christians with Chriscerity the bond of Familiar Intercourse-Lib

tianity,

Cbap. XXI-Expostulation with the inconsistent Christian, 202 erality-Instances of Ingratitude in Princes—

Chap. XXII-Reflections of an inconsistent Christian after a On raising the tone of Conversation-And of

serious perusal of the Bible, Manners,

65 Chap. XXIII–The Christian in the World, Chap. XXIV–On the Art of Moral Calculation, Chap. XXIV--Difficulties and Advantages of the Christian and forming a Just Estimate of Things and

in the World, Persons,

Chap. XXV-Candidus,

68 Chap. XXV-On Erroneous Judgment-Charac

Chap. XXVI-Tbe established Christian, ter of Queen Christina of Sweden-Compar.

AN ESSAY ON THE CHARACTER AND PRACTICAL WRITINGS ison of Christina with Alfred,

71

OF ST. PAUL. Chap. XXVI–Observations on the Age of Louis Chap. I-Iatroductory Remarks on the Morality of PaganXIV. and on Voltaire,

73 ism, showing the necessity of the Christian Revelation, Chap. XXVII--An examination of the Claims of Chap. II-On the Historical Writers of the New Testathose Princes who aspired to the appellation of

ment, the GREAT,

Chap. II-On the Epistolary Writers of the New Testa76

ment, particularly Saint Paul, Chap. XXVIII--Books,

81 Chap. iv - Saint Paul'a faith, a practical Principle,

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