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Author: Portman, Richard.
Title: The sovles life exercising it selfe in the sweet fields of divine meditations and prayers. Collected for the comfort of all those who willingly adventure their lives for the defence of the Gospel, in these blood-thirsty times of war.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The sovles life exercising it selfe in the sweet fields of divine meditations and prayers. Collected for the comfort of all those who willingly adventure their lives for the defence of the Gospel, in these blood-thirsty times of war.
Portman, Richard.

London: printed for R. Harper, and are to be sold at his shop in Smithfield, 1645.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Richard Portman.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
Meditations -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55504.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Printer to the Reader.
The Soules Life.
MEDITATION I. Meditations and confes∣sions of mans sinfull wayes.
MEDITAT. II. Meditations of a penitent sinner, hoping for par∣don through the me∣rits of Christ.
MEDITAT. III. Meditations of the won∣derfull goodnesse and love of God to mankinde.
MEDITAT. IV. Meditations of the love and sufferings of our Saviour Christ for mankinde.
MEDITAT. V. Meditations of Gods pre∣servation of man.
MEDITAT. VI. Meditations of the mise∣ries and calamities of the time.
MEDITAT. VII. A Prayer upon the same subject.
MEDITAT. VIII. Meditations of Gods great love and mercy to his servant.
MEDITAT. IX. Meditations of the judge∣ments and afflictions that attend people in this world for sin.
MEDITAT. X. Meditations of the mise∣ry of Man, from his Infancy, to his old Age.
MEDITAT. XI. Meditations on the ill life and actions of man.
MEDITAT. XII. Meditations of the ingra∣titude of friends.
MEDITAT. XIII. Meditations of the va∣nity of Pride.
MEDITAT. XIV. Meditations of Summer and Winter.
MEDITAT. XV. Meditations of the cove∣tous rich-man, and the poor labouring-man.
MEDITAT. XVI. Meditations of the suffe∣rings of Gods dear chil∣dren in this world, and of the benefit they shall receive thereby.
MEDITAT. XVII. Meditations of the cove∣tous desire men have to attain riches.
MEDITAT. XVIII. Meditations of the feare of death.
MEDITAT. XIX. Meditations on the same Subject, with satisfa∣ction to him that fears death.
MEDITAT. XX. Meditations of the joyes of Heaven reserved for the godly.
MEDITAT. XXI. Meditations of mans vain mispending his time.
MEDITAT. XXII. Meditations on the sight of a pleasant Garden.
MEDITAT. XXIII. A Meditation on Musick, in which as it were by way of digression, the lawfulnesse of that Sci∣ence is asserted.
The Table.