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poems we find a cheerfulness and serenity denoting a mind at peace with itself, and which gave to his prison lays a sweetness irresistibly touching. His muse does not demand our admiration by the splendour of her charms, but rather wins our love by the simplicity, the modesty, and the grace of her demeanour. We feel in her presence, as with a beloved friend, whose eyes always strike

“A bliss upon the day.'” Wither's writings were numerous, many being satirical and others devotional. One of the latter class is given at page 92, Evening Hymn.)

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Tyndale, William
Vaughan, Henry

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Wickliff, John

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Wilkins, Bishop

Wither, George

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The Rich and Precious Jewel of God's Holy Word :

Bishop Jewell, 1; Bishop Coverdale, 9; Bishop Hooper, 15; Archbishop

Sandys, 18; William Tyndale, 19; Thomas Becon, 20; Richard

Hooker, 30; Dr. Donne, 32 ; Bishop Hall, 37; Archbishop Leighton,

39; Bishop Jeremy Taylor, 42 ; Edward Dering, 43.

Prayer:

William Tyndale, 44; John Bradford, 45; Archbishop Sandys, 53 ;

Thomas Becon, 55; Richard Hooker, 63; Bishop Hall, 67; Bishop

Jeremy Taylor, 70; Archbishop Leighton, 86.

Morning Hymn : Henry Vaughan, 90.

Evening Hymn: George Wither, 92.

The Lord's Supper :

Bishop Coverdale, 93 ; Bishop Jewell, 96; Archbishop Sandys, 98; John

Bradford, 100; Roger Hutchinson, 103; Richard Hooker, 106; Henry

Smith, 113; Anthony Farindon, 118; Dr. Barrow, 124; Bishop

Jeremy Taylor, 130; Bishop Patrick, 140; Dean Addison, 144.

Christ Mystical : Bishop Hall, 149.

The Sabbath :

John Wickliff, 161; Bishop Hooper, 162; Bishop Hall, 165; Bishop

Babington, 165; Dr. Lightfoot, 167; Bishop Pearson, 171; Bishop

Jeremy Taylor, 176; Archbishop Leighton, 177; Bishop Wilkins,

184; Dr. Bates, 185; Bishop Hopkins, 187; Sir Matthew Hale, 193.

Sundays : Henry Vaughan, 194.

Public Worship:

Archbishop Leighton, 195; Dr. South, 199.

The Art of Hearing: Henry Smith, 206.

The Heavenly Thrift: Henry Smith, 212.

Turning to God: John Wickliff, 216:

Prayer for the Presence of God: John Bradford, 217.

A Meditation of the Presence of God: John Bradford, 220.

A Sweet Contemplation of Heaven and Heavenly Things: John Bradford, 221.

Walking with God :

Archbishop Sandys, 225; Thomas Becon, 227.

Peace with God: Dr. Lightfoot, 232.

Dependence upon God: Dr. Lightfoot, 236.
Faith:
Bishop Coverdale, 241; William Tyndale, 250; Archbishop Sandys,

252 ; Richard Hooker, 255; Bishop Jeremy Taylor, 256. Repentance :

Richard Hooker, 266; Dr. Lightfoot, 270. Charity:

Archbishop Sandys, 271; Anthony Farindon, 273. Meekness : John Wickliff, 274. Christian Mourners : Bishop Coverdale, 277. Mercy: Archbishop Sandys, 278. Christian Patience: Roger Hutchinson, 281. Spiritual Life: Richard Hooker, 285. Sanctifying Grace: Richard Hooker, 288. Justifying and Sanctifying Righteousness : Richard Hooker, 290. Touching Prayer for Deliverance from Sudden Death : Richard Hooker, 294. Affected Atheism : Richard Hooker, 297. Mockers: Richard Hooker, 299. Want of Christian Progress : Ralph Cudworth, 301. Zeal: Ralph Cudworth, 303. Evangelical Righteousness : John Smith, 305. The Vanity of a Pharisaical Righteousness : John Smith, 308. The Excellency and Nobleness of True Religion: John Smith, 310. The Duty of Comforting One Another : Anthony Farindon, 315. Commune with your own Hearts : Dr. Lightfoot, 320. The Blessing of a Long Life: Dr. Lightfoot, 325. Self Knowledge: Archbishop Leighton, 329. Sins of the Tongue : Archbishop Leighton, 330. Religion in Daily Life: Archbishop Leighton, 335. Hypocrisy: Archbishop Leighton, 338. Alms: Archbishop Leighton, 339. Thanksgiving: Bishop Hall, 342. Rules of Good Advice for our Christian and Civil Carriage : Bishop Hall, 343. Upright Walking Safe Walking: Dr. Barrow, 346. Living in Peace: Dr. Barrow, 350.

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