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let the Pious Christian,
Christian, at certain Periods, make Death the Subječt of his Retirements.
And having Dyed, as it were, by Anticipation, and put himself into a Posture of Dying, let him then proceed to Practice : By Meditating and "Improving the forementioned Duties and Graces, as the State of his Soul shall require.
That the following Treatise may be reable to the Church of God; and may, through Divine Blessing, be Instrumental to the Salvation of Precious Immortal Souls ; is the humble and hearty Prayer of its unworthy Author.
And he hapes he shall not be impertinent, if he thus far Commends it to Publick Acceptance, Viz.
Hat Books of this Sub
ject, if given at Funerals, may be of great Adi vantage to the Living : And would be much more feasonable Expressions, of Respect and Kindness; to che Memo. ty of the Dead, than some @ther Distributions,
p. 72, to 86.
Tbe Sick Man to Examine the Truth of
This to be done by Charity and Resti-
[to p. 123.
Scriptures concerning it. p. 229.
A Prayer under Bodily Pains. p. 237.
Prayers for a Sick Perfon, in Danger
A Litäny for a Sick Person. p. 320.
Ejaculations for a Dying Person, p.325.
Forms of Recommending the Soul to