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CONTENTS TO VOL. VI.

I, MEDITATIONS AND VOWS; DIVINE AND MORAL. SERV.

ING FOR DIRECTIONS IN CHRISTIAN AND Civil Prac-

TICE.-THREE CENTURIES.

First Century: dedicated to Sir ROBERT DRURY, Knight...........
Second Century; dedicated to the LADY DRURY ..........................

Third Century: dedicated to Sir EDMOND Bacon, Kniglit ...........

II. HOLY OBSERVATIONS. ONE BOOK.

-Dedication to EDWARD LORD DENNY ....

Holy Observations .........

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III. OCCASIONAL MEDITATIONS, BY Jos. Exon. Set VORTH BY

R. H.-JOSEPHI Halli EXONIENSIS EPISCOPI AYTOEXEAIAEMATA;

vel MEDITATIUNCULÆ SUBITANEÆ.

English Dedication, by Robert Hall, to James LORD VISCOUNT

DONCASTER ...........

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Latin Dedication, by Bishop Hall, to JAMES LORD Viscount

CARLISLE...........
The Proem-Proloquium ad Lectorem......

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OCCASIONAL Meditations.

1. On the sight of the heavens Conspecto cæli motu ..........

moving

2. On the sight of a dial .............. Ad conspectum horarii scio.

terici............

3. On the sight of an eclipse of the Visâ eclipsi solis.................. 109

sun

4. On the sight of a gliding star...... Conspectâ stellà cadente........
5. On a fair prospect ..................... Viso luculento quodam pros-

pectu......

6. On the frame of a globe casually De globi fabricà casu con-

broken

fractå ............................... 112

7. On a cloud .....

....... Ad conspectum nubis ............

8. On the sight of a grave digged up. Ad conspectum sepulchri ef-

fossi ..........
9. On the sight of gold melted ...... Ad conspectum auri liquati..... ib.

10. On the sight of a pitcher carried. Ad conspectum amphoræ cir-

cumgestatæ ....................... 115

11. On the sight of a tree full blos. Ad conspectum arboris niiniùm

somed

efflorescentis ..................... 116

12. On the report of a man suddenly De quodam subità morte, in

struck dead in his sin

actu peccati, abrepto .........

13. On the view of the heaven and Ad conspectum cæli et terræ... 117

earth

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14. On occasion of a red-breast com- Ad conspectum erithaci cubi-

ing into his chamber and singing culum suum intrantis, ca-

nentisque .......................... 118

15. On occasion of a spider in his Ad conspectum araneæ in fe-

window

nestra latitantis.................. ib.

16. On the sight of a rain, in the sun- Ad conspectum pluviæ, sole

shine

interim splendente ............

17. On the length of the way......... De viæ longitudine ..............

18. On the rain and waters .............. Ad conspectum pluviæ et a-

quarum...............

9. On the same subject

Ad eundem rursus....

122

20. On occasion of the lights brought Lucerna introductâ .............

in

21. On the same occasion ............... De eâdem ..............

22. On the blowing of the fire.......... Accenso igne ........................ 126

23. On the barking of a dog............

Ad canis Tatratum............

24. On the sight of a cock-light....... Visa άλεκτρυομαχία sive gallo-

rum pugna..

127

25. On his lying down to rest ......... Ad decubitum suum.............

26. On the kindling of a charcoal fire. Visis carbonibus ignitis .........

27. On the sight of an humble and Conspecto mendico humili ac

patient beggar

mansueto.......................... 131

28. On the sight of a crow pulling Conspectâ cornice velleris ovi.

off wool from the back of a sheep. ni lanam vellicante ... ...... 132

29. On the sight of two snails .......... Visis duobus limacibus ........... ib.

On the hearing of the street-cries Auditis vendacium quorun-

in London

dam clamoribus platearibus. 133

31. On the flies gathering to a galled De muscis ad equini dorsi

horse

recrudescentis scabiem col-

lectis ................................. 134

32. On the sight of a dark lantern.... Ad conspectum laternæ secretæ

quadam duplicatione obscu-
ratæ.........

....... ib.

33. On the hearing of a swallow in Audito hirundinis cantu in ca-

the chimney

mino suo ............................ 135

3.4. On the sight of a fly burning Conspectå muscâ quâdam lu.

itself in the candle

cernæ flammâ se comburente 136

35. On the sight of a lark flying up.. Conspectà alaudâ sursum voli-

tante................................

137

36. On the singing of the birds in a Auditis aviculis verno quodam

spring morning

mane cantillantibus ............

37. On a coal covered with ashes...... Ad conspectum prunæ cineri-

bus coopertæ......

38. On the sight of a Blackmoor ...... Conspecto Æthiope ............... 139

39. On the small stars in the galaxy, Visa "Galaxià, minimisque in

or milky circle, in the firmament eâ stellulis ...........

40. On the sight of boys playing ...... Viso puerorum ludo...............

41. On the sight of a spider and her Ad conspectum araneæ telam

web.

suam exordientis................ 142

42. On the sight of a natural ........... Conspecto morione quodam... 143

43. On the loadstone and the jet ...... Viso magnete et gagate ........ 144

44. On hearing of music by night .... Ad concentum musicum noc-

turnum....................

145

45. On the fanning of corn ............. Ad conspectum tritici ventilati 146

46. On herbs dried..........

De herbis exiccatis ......... ib.

47. On the quenching of iron in water. Audito ferri extincti stridore...

48. On a fair coloured fly .................

Visis muscis quibusdam pulchrè

coloratis, quas cantharidas

appellare solemus ..... ......... ib.

19. On a glow-worm....

Conspectå noctilucâ vel cicin-

delà.....

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50. On the shutting of one eye......... Conspecto quodam oculum

unum claudente................ 149

51. On a spring-water........

Conspecto fonte ...................

52. On gnats in the sun ....

Visis culicibus in radiis solari.

bus ludentibus. ................... 150

53. On the sight of grapes................

Conspectis uvarum racemis ... 151

54. On a corn field overgrown with Viso agro herbis noxiis malè

weeds

infestato. ........................

55. On the sight of tulips, and mari. Conspectâ tulipa, calendula,

golds, &c. in his garden

heliotropio in horto suo......

56. On the sound of a cracked bell... Audito campanæ fractæ sono.. ib.

57. On the sight of a blind man....... Viso cæco quodam ................. 153

58. On a beech-tree full of nuts....... Ad conspectum fagi feracis.

simæ ........... .............

154

59. On the sight of a piece of money Ad conspectum nummi in

under the water

aquam injecti......................

60. On the first rumour of the earth. Accepto rumore terræmotûs

quake at Lime; wherein a wood Limensis; à quo sylva quæ.

was swallowed up, with the fall of dam,casis duorum montium,

two bills

absorpta quasique sepulta

...............

155

61. On the sight of a dormouse ....... Ad conspectum gliris ............ 156

62. On bees fighting............

Visis apibus secum pugnantibus 157

63. On wasps falling into a glass ... Conspectis vespis in vitrum

melle illitum decidentibus... 158

64. On a spring in the wild forest..... Viso fonticulo è loco quodam

deserto ebulliente ............... 159

85. On the sight of an owl in the Conspecto bubone .........

twilight

66. On an arm benumbed................ De brachio obstupescente ...... 161

67. On the sparks flying upward ..... Visà scintillâ sursum volante... ib.

68. On the sight of a raven ............

Corvo conspecto.... ............... 162

69. On a worm ............................... Viso verme ...
70. On the putting on of his clothes. Se induendo
71. On the sight of a great library.. Conspectâ bibliothecâ instruc-

tissima ....................

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72. On the red cross on a door ......... Visâ cruce rubea, pestis insigni,

foribus appictå ..............
73. On the change of weather ......... Ad cæli mutationem vicissitu-

dinemque ........................ ib.

74. On the sight of a marriage......... Conspecto conjugii ritu publico 168

75. On the sight of a snake ............ Conspecto angue...................

170

76. On the ruins of an abbey ... ...... Visis monasterii cujusdam

ruinis ............................... 171

77. On the discharging of a piece...... Ad displosionem bombardæ ...
78. On the tolling of a passing-bell... Audito campanæ sono mori-

bundi cujusdam obitum præ.

monentis .............

79. On a defamation dispersed ......... Defamatione quadam divul.

gata ................................... 174

so. On a ring of bells ............. .... Audito quodam campanarum

conceptu .......................... 75

81. On the sight of a full table at a Conspecto benè instructo con.

feast

vivio...

82. On the hearing of a lute well Auditâ lyrà benè pulsata.........

played on

83. On the sight and noise of a pea. Viso et audito pavone............

cock

84. On a penitent malefactor.......... De scelerato quodam seriò

pænitente ....

........ 179

85. On the sight of a lily.......... ...... Ad conspectum liliorum ........, ib.

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86. On the sight of a coffin stuck Visa sandapilâ floribus ornatå.. 180

with flowers

87. On the view of the world ......... Conspectâ mundi fabrica ........ 181

88. On the stinging of a wasp......... De vespæ aculeo...................

89. On the arraignment of a felon... Viso reo pro tribunali consis-

tente...

183

90. On the crowing of a cock......... Audito galli cantu.................. 184

91. On the variety of thoughts ...... De cogitationum varietate ..... 186

92. On the sight of a harlot carted. Ad conspectum meretricis

plaustro exceptæ publicisque

contumeliis expositæ ........... ib.

93. On the smell of a rose............... Ad rosæ odorem ....... .......

94. On a cancelled bond ............... Ad conspectum syngraphæ la-

ceratæ et irritæ.........

95. On the report of a great loss by Audito naufragio quodam ...... 189

sea

96. On sight of a bright sky full Viso cælo sereno stellis refer to 190

of stars

97. On the rumours of wars .......... Audito rumore belli ............... 191

98. On a child crying ................... Puero ejulante................... ... 192

99. On the beginning of a sicknessIneunte morbo ...................... 194

100. On the challenge of a promise.. Promisso quodam vehemen-

tiùs postulato...................... 195

101. On the sight of flies.... ............ Muscis quibusdam conspectis.. 196

102. On the sight of a fantastical Viso zelote quodam fanatico... 197

zealot

103. On the sight of a scavenger Conspecto sordido quodam

working in the kennel

canalium expurgatore ......

104. On a pair of spectacles ............ De perspecillis suis .............. 198

105. On motes iu the sun

Visis atomis in solis radiis ...... 199

106. On the sight of a bladder ......... Conspectå vesicà recente........ ib.

107. On a man sleeping ................... Viso quodam dormiente......... 200

108. On the sight of a death's-head.. Viso cranio humano............... 201

109. On the sight of a left-handed Ad conspectum scævæ cujus-

man -

dam ..........

""......................... 202

210. On the sight of an old, un- Conspecto tuguriolo pauper-
thatched cottage

culo vetere, nudato tegmine

stramineo caducoque..........
111. On the sight of a fair pearl ..... Conspectà quadâm gemmâ lu-

culentå ....................... ......

ib.

112. On a screen ............................ Visâ quâdam antepyrâ............ 204

113. On a bur-leaf..

Visopetasite, vel bardanæ

quam vocant, folio largiore. ib.

114. On the singing of a bird........... Audito aviculæ cantu ............. ib.

115. On the sight of a man yawn. Conspecto quodam oscitante... 205

ing

116. On the sight of a tree lopped.... Visâ arbore quâdam resecta...... 206

117. On a scholar that offered vio- De studioso quodam qui vim
lence to himself

sibi intulerat.

118. On the coming in of the judge. De judicis adventu ................. 208

119. On the sight of a heap of stones Conspecto lapidum acervo. .... ib.

120. On the sight of a bat and owl... De bubone et vespertilione ... 209

121. On the sight of a well-fleeced Viso vellere ovino................. 210

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126. On the sight of a map of the Visa tabulà orbis geographicâ.. 215

world

127. On the sight of hemlock........... Ad conspectum cicutæ............ ib.

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