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His behaviour in king James's reign.
Prov. xxviii. 1. interpreted
How we are to govern our affections with respect to

worldly things, both in prosperity and adversity
His behaviour upon the breaking out of the late

troubles in Ireland

Ireland universally alarmed at the report of a massa-

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His humility, 83. Meditations thereupon, 84, 85.

A Prayer for it, 86. Mr. Bonnell's happy pro-

gress in it, 88. A description of it :

90

Remedies against pride and vanity.

88, 89

Using his voice in private prayer, was sometimes of

great use to keep his thoughts attentive.

90

Why by doing our alms openly we have no reward . 91

God principally regards the inward graces of our

minds

92

Of secrecy in doing religious actions

93

Meditations thereupon.

ib,

His meekness.

95

Pride is the sting of all affliction.

ib.

Why people so much resent injuries .

97

He constantly endeavoured after a meek and morti-

fied spirit

98

His patience

99

His submission to the will of God under every disap-

pointment, difficulty, and trouble .

106

His self-denial

107

He constantly laboured after an unconcerned indiffer-
ence to the world

ib.

The advantage of denying ourselves in small mat-

108, 109

How he discharged the duty of prayer

113

A letter to a friend on the subject of private prayer , 114

He had constant prayers in his family

116

He was constant at the Prayers of the Church 117

The unseasonable salutations, wherein too many

allow themselves in time of Divine Service, were
always a great trouble to him

ib.

A prayer used by him at Church before morning

118

He had a high esteem for the Liturgy of our Church 119

How good men may be said to pray by the Spirit 120

Of the true and false signs of devotion

123

His complaints of being disturbed with wandering

thoughts in prayer, with the remedies he pre-

scribes against them .

126, 128, 130

A private prayer used by Mr. Bonnell, suited either

for morning or evening

132

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to the poor; he gave away an eighth
part of his yearly income, and sometimes saved

nothing at all

187

to enemies, 189, Meditations on the

forgiveness of enemies

190, 191, 192

ib.

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