To be said when the Sick Person grows light-headed 253 For a Person that is afflicted with grievou cains
For a Person when Danger is apprehended by exces. of his Body
· 251 For one who is troubled with acute Paine of the
For a Person lying insensible on a Sick-bed
ib. Gout, Stone, Cholic, or any other boduly Dis.
For one who hath been a notoriously wicked Liver ib.
Por one who is hardened and impenitent 255 For a Person in the small-Pox, or any such like
Per a Sick Woman that is with Child
ib. raging infectious Disease
For a Woman in the Time of her Travail
ib. For a Person in a Consumption, or any lingering
Fer a Woman who cannot be delivered without Disease
Dificulty and Hazard
256 For a Person who is jame in his Sickness
For Grace and Assistance for a Woman after De:
For one that is Bed-ridden
fisery, but still in Danger
ib. For a Person troubled in Mind, or in Conscience ib.
For a Sick Child
ib. Another for the same, or for one under deep Melan-
For a person who, from a state of Healih, is sud. choly and Dejection of Spirit
denly sized with the Sympioms of Death 257 For the same
For a Sick Person, when there appeareth small For one under fears and Doubts concerning his spi.
Hope of Recovery
ib. ritual Condition, or under perplexing Thoughts
A gueral Prayer for Preparation and Readiness and Scruples about his Duty
ib. For one who is disturbed with wicked and blas.
A commendatory Prayer for a Sick Person at the phemous Thoughts
point of Departure
258 For one who is atllicted with a profane Nistrist of
A Lisans for a Sick Person at the time of Departure ib. Divine Truths and blasphemous Thoughts ib.
Forn of recommending the Soul to God, in her De. For one under the dread of God's Wrath and ever.
parture from the Body
ib. lasting Damnation
A consolatory Form or Devotion that may be used For a Lunatic
with the Friends or Relations of the Deceased 259 For natural Fools or Madmen
Proper Psalms for a Sick Person at Sea
A Prayer for a Sick Seaman
For a Sick Soldier or Seaman
A Prayer to be used by a Person afflicted with a
Distemper of long continuance
OCCASIONAL PRAYERS AND DEVOTIONS FOR THE SICK AND
A Prayer to be used on the Death of a Friend
CXTORTUNATE IN EXTRAORDINARY CASES.
A Prayer to be used by a Person troubled in Mind ib
A Prayer to be used by an Old Person
A Prayer for a person whose Illness is chiefly For a Person condemned to die
brought on him by some calamitous Disaster or A Prayer of Preparation for Death :
Loss, as of Estate, Relations, or Friends, &c.
260 The Ministration of Public Baptism of Infants, to
For a Person who, by any calamitous Disaster, hath
be used in Churches
broken any of his Bones, or is very much bruised The Ministration of Private Baptism of Children
and hurt in his body
CHAP. V. Observations upon the preceding evi.
CHAP. VI. "That the story, for which the firse pro:
pagators of Christianity suffered, was miraculous 286
CHAP. VII. That it was, in the main, the story
which we have now proved by indirect considera.
CHAP: vuiThe same proved, from the authority
of our historical Scriptures
CHAP. IX. Of the authenticity of the historical
Scriptures, in eleren Sections
Sect. I. Quotations of the historical Scriptures
by ancient Christian writers
Sect. II. Of the peculiar respect with which they
Sect. III. The Scriptures were in very early times
collected into a distinct volume
Sect. IV. And distinguished by appropriate
names and titles of respect
Secr. V. Were publicly read and expounded in
the religious assenıblies of the early Christians ib.
SECT. VI. Commentaries, &c. were anciently
written upon the Scriptures
Sect. VII. They were received by ancient Chris.
tians of ditferent sects and persuasions
Sect. VIII. The four Gospels, the Acts of the
Apostles, thirteen Epistles of St. Paul, the First
Epistle of John, and the first of Peter, were re.
ceived without doubt by those who doubted
concerning the other books of our present canon 312
Sect. IX. Our present Gospels were considered
by the adversaries of Christianity, as contain