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Author: Waller, William, Sir, 1597?-1668.
Title: Divine meditations upon several occasions with a dayly directory / by the excellent pen of Sir William Waller ...
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Divine meditations upon several occasions with a dayly directory / by the excellent pen of Sir William Waller ...
Waller, William, Sir, 1597?-1668.

London: Printed by B. Griffin for Benj. Alsop ..., 1680.
Engraved frontispiece.
Imperfect: stained, with print show-through.
Errata: p. [13].
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library.
Subject terms:
Devotional literature.

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Divine Meditations Upon SEVERAL OCCASIONS.
MEDITAT. I. Ʋpon my awaking in a dark Night.
MEDITATION. II. Ʋpon the Sun-rising.
MEDITAT. III. Ʋpon my rising out of Bed, and put∣ting on my Cloaths.
MEDITATION. IV. Ʋpon my retirement into my Closet.
MEDITATION. V. Ʋpon the contentment I have in my Books and Study.
MEDITATION. VI. Ʋpon an entertainment of Godly Friends.
MEDITAT. VII. Ʋpon the sight of a full Table.
MEDITATION. VIII. Ʋpon a fit of the Gout.
MEDITATION. IX. Ʋpon my recovery out of the Gout.
MEDITATION. X. Ʋpon my imprisonment.
MEDITAT. XI. Ʋpon my Release.
MEDITATION. XII. Ʋpon the sight of a fair House.
MEDITAT. XIII. Ʋpon the sight of Pictures in a Gallery.
MEDITAT. XIV. Ʋpon the sight of a Parret in a Cage.
MEDITATION. XV. Ʋpon hearing good Musick.
MEDITAT. XVI. Ʋpon the sight of a pleasant Garden.
MEDITAT. XVII. Ʋpon the sight of a fair horse, well mannaged.
MEDITAT. XVIII. Ʋpon the sight of Bowlers in a Green.
MEDITAT. XX. Of Fishing.
MEDITAT. XXI. Ʋpon the Sun-setting.
MEDITAT. XXII. Ʋpon my lying down to rest.