|Title:||Lemmata meditationum, or, The contents of a few religious meditations given as directive and incentive to that invaluable duty / by Philo-Jesus Philo-Carolus.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Lemmata meditationum, or, The contents of a few religious meditations given as directive and incentive to that invaluable duty / by Philo-Jesus Philo-Carolus.
Dublin: To be sold by Joseph Wilde, Bookseller ..., 1672.
Errata: p. .
Imperfect: stained, cropped, and tightly bound, with loss of text.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.
To my EXCELLENT MOTHER, Grace and joy in the Holy Ghost be multiplyed.
AN EPISTLE TO THE READER
to the reader
1. A Soliloquy with Soli∣loquy it self.
2. A Soliloquy with God, of Created things.
3. A Soliloquy with the Soul, of the same Ar∣gument.
4. A Soliloquy with God, about Piety.
5. A Soliloquy with Pie∣ty it self.
6. A Soliloquy with God about his Law.
7. A Soliloquy with God about his Promises.
8. A Soliloquy with God, about his Threatnings.
To my own SOUL.
10. A Soliloquy with God of worldly Friends.
10. A Soliloquy with God, of the Holy Scri∣ptures.
11. A Soliloquy with the Soul, about its sloth.
12. A Soliloquy with Pride.
13. A Soliloquy with the soul about Hypo∣crisie.
14. A Soliloquy with God, complaining of vile Affections.
15. A Soliloquy with God against self.
17. A Soliloquy with my Soul, about its eviden∣ces for Divine Love.
17. A Soliloquy with the World.
18. A Soliloquy with the Lord, of the weak∣ness of Grace.
19. A Soliloquy of vain Thoughts.
20. A Soliloquy of idle words.
21. A Soliloquy of evil Company.
22. A Soliloquy with God of my Soul.
23. A Soliloquy with God, of Evidences for Heaven.
Whiles this Piece lay at the Press, it pleased GOD to visit the Au∣thour with the Small Pox, and gave him a Recovery full of Ex∣traordinary Providen∣ces; of which (upon his Friends request) he hath annexed his Me∣ditations.