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Author: Teate, Faithful, b. 1621.
Title: Rihgt [sic] thoughts, the righteous mans evidence a discourse proving our state (God-ward) to be as our thoughts are, directing how to try them and our selves by them, propounding schemes of right thoughts, with motives and rules for keeping thoughts right : in two parts / by Faithful Teat.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Rihgt [sic] thoughts, the righteous mans evidence a discourse proving our state (God-ward) to be as our thoughts are, directing how to try them and our selves by them, propounding schemes of right thoughts, with motives and rules for keeping thoughts right : in two parts / by Faithful Teat.
Teate, Faithful, b. 1621.

London: Printed for George Sawbridge ..., 1669.
Notes:
Some pages are faded and have print show-through. Pages 137-139, 156, 165, 173, and 200 are stained with loss of print. Pages 130-209 photographed from British Library copy and inserted at the end.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Marginal notes.
Subject terms:
Spiritual life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64284.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Preface.
CONTENTS OF THE FIRST PART.
RIGHT THOUGHTS The Righteous Mans EVIDENCE: A Discourse upon Proverbs 12.5. The Thoughts of the Righte∣ous are Right. The I. Part.
CHAP. I. Sheweth how Self Discovery is to be had and made: be∣wails Self-Ignorance; Perswades to Self-studying and Self-acquaintance.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IV.
CHAP. II. Damneth this licentious principle that Thoughts are free.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
CHAP. III. Sheweth the Thoughts of man to be the Souls Pulse, and that they evidently discover his Inward Estate.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IV.
Sect. V.
Sect. VI.
Sect. VII.
Sect. VIII.
Sect. IX.
Sect. X.
CHAP. IV. Proves that the Judgment that God passeth upon Men is by their Thoughts.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IV.
Sect. V.
Sect. VI.
Sect. VII.
Sect. VIII.
Sect. IX.
Sect. X.
Sect. XI.
Sect. XII.
Sect. XIII.
Sect. XIV.
CHAP. V. Disc vers what those Right Thoughts are, that are the Righteous mans Evidence: and how to be known.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
I. Tryal of Right Thoughts.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. II.
Sect. IV.
Sect. V.
Sect. VI.
Sect. VII.
Sect. VIII.
Sect. IX.
Sect. X.
Sect. XI.
Sect. XII.
Sect. XIII.
Sect. XIV.
II. Tryal.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IV.
III. Tryal.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IV.
The IV. and Last Tryal.
Sect. I.
Sect. I.
THE Second Part.
THE Second Part.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IV.
Sect. V.
Sect. VI.
Sect. VII.
Sect. VIII.
Sect. IX.
Sect. X.
Sect. XI.
Sect. XII.
Sect. XIII.
Sect. XIV.
Sect. XV.
Sect. XVI.
Sect. XVII.
Sect. XVIII.
Sect. XIX.
Sect. XX.
Sect. XXI.
Sect. XXII.
Sect. XXIII.
Sect. XXIV.
Sect. XXV.
Sect. XXVI.
Sect. XXVII.
Sect. XXVIII.
Sect. XXIX.
Sect. XXX.
Sect. XXXI.
Sect. XXXII.
Sect. XXXIII.
Sect. XXXIV.
Sect. XXXVI.
Sect. XXXVII.
Sect. XXXVII.
Sect. XXXVIII.
Sect. XXXIX.
Sect. XL.
Sect. XLI.
Sect. XLII.
Sect. XLIII.
Sect. XLIV.
Sect. XLV.
Sect. XLVI.
Sect. XLVII.
THE CONCLUSION Of the Whole, With Motives and Rules for the keeping of Thoughts RIGHT.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
I. Motive to Right Thoughts.
II. Motive.
III. Motive.
IV. Motive.
I. Practical Rule.
II. Practical Rule.
III. Practical Rule.
IV. Last Practical Rule.