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{107c} Ezek. 45. 10.

{107d} Pro. 20. 23. Chap. 11. 1.

{107e} The evil of deceitful Balances, Weights and Measures.

{107f} Deut. 25. 13, 14, 15, 16.

{108a} The Old and New Law commands all men to be honest and
upright in their weights and measures.

{108b} Luke 6. 88.

{108c} Pat Scriptures for our purpose.

{109a} Where false weights and measures are to be found.

{109b} 1. With evil doers.

{109c} Mic. 6. 10.

{109d} 2. With the merciless and Oppressors.

{109e} Hos. 12. 7.

{109f} 3. With such as would swallow up the poor.

{109g} Amos 8. 4, 5, 6, 7.

{110a} 4. With impure ones.

{110b} Mic. 6. 11.

{110c} Dan. 5. 27.

{111a} How Mr. Badman did cheat, and hide his cheating.

{111b} Good Weights and a bad Ballance a deep piece of Knavery.

{112a} Mat. 23.

{112b} A cloak of Religion to blind Mr. Cheats Knavery.

{112c} Some plead Custom to cheat.

{112d} Deut. 16. 20.

{113a} They get nothing that cozen and cheat.

{113b} Mar. 9.

{113c} Prov. 10. 3. Jer. 15. 13. Chap. 17. 3.

{113d} Job 27. 17.

{113e} Pro. 13. 22.

{114a} More of Mr. Badmans Bad tricks.

{114b} Amos 8.

{114c} Another art to cheat withall.

{115a} Zeph. 1. 9.

{115b} Servants observe these words.

{115c} Of Extortion.

{115d} 1 Cor. 6. 9, 10.

{116a} Who are Extortioners.

{116b} Hucksters.

{116c} Pro. 22. 16, 22.

{117a} Deut. 23. 19.

{118a} Whether it be lawful for a man to make the best of his own.
Proved in negative by 8 reasons.

{118b} Good conscience must be used in selling.

{118c} We must not make a prey of our neighbours Ignorance.

{118d} Nor of his Neighbours Necessity.

{119a} Nor of his Fondness of our commodity.

{119b} We must use good conscience in buying.

{119c} Gen. 23. 8, 9.

{119d} 1 Chron. 21, 22. 24.

{119e} Levit. 25. 14.

{120a} Charity must be used in our dealings.

{120b} 1 Cor. 16. 14.

{120c} 1 Cor. 13.

{120d} Ephes. 4. 25.

{120e} There may be and is sin in trading.

{121a} Matt. 7. 12.

{121b} A man in trading must not offer violence to the Law of
nature.

{121c} Job. 37. 7.

{121d} We must not abuse the Gift we have in the knowledge of
earthly things.

{121e} 1 Cor. 10. 13. (Don't see where this fits into text. DP)

{121f} An eye to the glory of God in all we should have.

{121g} Colo. 3. 17.

{121h} Acts, 24. 15, 16.

{122a} Levit. 25. 14.

{122b} Badman used to laugh at them that told him of his faults.

{122c} Luke. 16. 13, 14, 15. Chap. 6. 25.

{123a} A question.

{123b} An answer.

{123c} Preparations to be a good dealer.

{123d} Eccle. 5. 10, 11.

{123e} 1 Tim. 6. 7, 8, 9.

{124a} Ezek. 22. 13.

{124b} Pro. 15. 17. Chap 16. 8. 1 Sam. 2. 5. Pro. 5. 21.

{124c} Job 14. 17.

{124d} Eccles. 5. 13, 14, 15.

{124e} Prov. 20. 14.

{125a} Amos 8. 5.

{125b} A Judgment of God. 2 King. 7.

{125c} Pro. 11. 26.

{125d} Isa. 58. 6, 7, 8.

{125e} Philip. 4. 5.

{126a} Mr. Badman a very proud man.

{126b} Of pride in general.

{126c} Pro. 21. 24.

{126d} Pride sticks close to nature.

{127a} Pro. 8. 13. Chap. 29. 23. Isa. 25. 11. Mal. 4. 1.

{128a} Proud men do not love to be called proud.

{128b} Two sorts of pride.

{128c} Pro. 16. 5. Chap. 21. 4. Eccle. 7. 8.

{128d} Isa. 3. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22.

{128e} Wicked men do hate that word that reproves their vice.

{129a} Signes of a proud man in general.

{129b} Pro. 30. 13.

{129c} Pro. 17. 19.

{129d} Mar. 7.

{129e} In particular.

{129f} Psal. 10. 2.

{129g} Psal. 10. 4.

{129h} Pro. 13. 10.

{129i} Psal. 119. 51.

{129j} Ver. 122.

{129k} Jer. 13. 17.

{129l} Chap. 43. 2.

{129m} Mal. 3. 15.

{129n} Of outward pride.

{130a} 1 Tim. 2. 2. (Don't see where this fits in the text. DP)

{130b} 1 Pet. 3. 3, 4, 5.

{130c} Mr. Badman was not for having pride called pride.

{130d} Professors guilty of the sin of pride.

{131a} Jer. 3. 3.

{131b} 1 Tim. 2. 9.

{131c} 1 Pet. 3. 1, 2, 3.

{131d} Jer. 23. 15.

{131e} Ezra. 9. 2.

{131f} Pride in professors a shame and stumbling-block to the
world.

{132a} NOTE.

{132b} Why pride is in such request.

{132c} 1 Reason. Mar. 7. 22, 23.

{132d} Obad. 3.

{132e} 1 Joh. 2. 16.

{132f} 1 Pet. 3. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

{133a} 3 Reason.

{133b} 4 Reason.

{133c} Isa. 6.

{133d} 5 Reason.

{134a} The evil effects of the sin of Pride.

{134b} 1 Evil effect. 1 Tim. 3. 6.

{134c} 2 Evil effect. Psal. 138. 9.

{134d} 3 Evil effect.

{135a} Jam. 4. 6.

{135b} 4 Evil effect. Pro. 16. 25.

{135c} 5 Evil effect. Pro. 11. 2. Prov. 16. 8.

{135d} 6 Evil effect. 1 Tim. 3. 6.

{135e} A general character of Mr. Badman.

{135f} Psalm. 36. 1.

{135g} A brief relation of Mr. Badmans ways.

{136a} Isa. 26. 10.

{136b} Isa. 9. 13.

{136c} Isa. 26. 11.

{136d} Psal. 29. 5. (Cannot see where this fits in the text. DP)

{136e} Pro. 17. 6. (Cannot see where this fits in the text. DP)

{136f} Isa. 26. 10.

{136g} Mr. Badmans judgment of the Scriptures.

{136h} Good men Mr. Badmans song.

{137a} Psal. 50. 19. 20.

{137b} Rom. 3. 7, 8.

{137c} Jer. 23. 10.

{137d} When the wicked watch, Gods people should be wary.

{137e} Badman an angry, envious man.

{138a} Pro. 14. 16.

{138b} Eccle. 7. 9.

{138c} Whence Envy flows.

{138d} Pro. 27. 3, 4.

{138e} Envie the worst of the four.

{138f} Gal. 5. 19, 20.

{139a} Pro. 14. 30.

{139b} Envy is the father and mother of a many wickednesses.

{139c} Jam. 3. 14, 15.

{139d} Some of the births of Envy.

{139e} Job. 5. 2.

{139f} Matt. 27. 18.

{139g} Mar. 15. 10.

{139h} Acts 7. 9.

{139i} Isa. 11. 13.

{139j} Acts 13. 14. (Cannot see where this fits in the text. DP)

{140a} A rare thing.

{140b} Mr. Badman under some trouble of mind.

{140c} Mr. Badman brake his legg.

{140d} He swears.

{140e} He prays.

{141a} It has no good effect upon him.

{141b} NOTE.

{141c} How many sins do accompany drunkenness.

{141d} Acts 17. 30, 31, 32.

{142a} Job 34. 24, 25, 26.

{142b} An open stroak.

{142c} pag. 41.

{143a} Mr. Badman fallen sick.

{143b} His conscience is wounded.

{143c} He cryes out in his sickness.

{143d} His Atheism will not help him now.

{144a} A dreadful example of Gods anger.

{144b} NOTE.

{144c} What Mr. Badman did more when he was sick.

{145a} Great alteration made in Mr. Badman.

{145b} The Town-talk of Mr. Badmans change.

{145c} His wife is comforted.

{146a} Mr. Badman recovers and returns to his old course.

{146b} Ignorant physicians kill souls while they cure bodyes.

{147a} Gen. 4. 13. 14. Exo. 9. 27. 1 Sam. 15. 24. Matt. 27. 3,
4, 5.

{147b} The true symptoms of conversion wanting in all Mr. Badmans
sence of sin and desires of mercy.

{147c} Exo. 19. 28. Acts 8. 24.

{147d} Luke 16. 27, 28.

{147e} Of sick-bed repentance, and that it is to be suspected.

{148a} Hos. 7. 14.

{148b} A sign of the desperateness of mans heart.

{148c} Deut. 1. 34, 35.

{148d} Psal. 78. 34, 35, 36, 37.

{149a} Mr. Badmans wifes heart is broken.

{149b} Her Christian speech.

{149c} Heb. 12. 22, 23, 24.

{149d} Her talk to her friends. (Don't see how this relates to
the text. DP)

{150a} Ps. 35. 13.

{150b} Her talk to her husband.

{151a} He diverts her discourse.

{151b} Her speech to her children that were rude.

{151c} Rev. 7. 16. Chap. 21. 3, 4.

{151d} Her speech to her darling.

{152a} Heb. 3. 14.

{152b} Ephes. 5. 11.

{152c} Her death.

{153a} NOTE.

{153b} One of her children converted by her dying words.

{153c} Mat. 23.

{154a} Mr. Badmans base language.

{154b} He marryes again, and how he got this last wife.

{154c} What she was, and how they lived.

{154d} Clarks Looking Glass.

{155a} Amo. 7. 16, 17.

{156a} He is punished in his last wife for his bad carriages
towards his first.

{156b} He is not at all the better.

{156c} None did pity him for his sorrow, but looked upon it as a
just reward.

{156d} Badman and this last wife part as poor as Howlets.

{157a} Mr Badmans sickness and diseases of which he died.

{157b} Badmans name stinks when he is dead.

{157c} Pro. 10. 7.

{158a} That Mr. Badman dies impenitent is proved.

{158b} 1 Proof that he died impenitent.

{159a} Isa. 6. Ro. 11.

{159b} No sence of sin, no repentance proved.

{159c} Acts 2. Chap. 9. Chap. 16.

{159d} Psal. 38. 18.

{159e} 2 Sam. 12.

{159f} Job 10. 2. Chap. 34. 32.

{159g} Jer. 31. 18, 19, 20.

{160a} Job 20. 11. Prov. 5. 22.

{160b} Matt. 25. Isa. 66. 24. Mar. 9. 44.

{160c} Every sight and sence of sin cannot produce repentance.

{160d} 2 proof that he died impenitent.

{161a} 1 King. 21. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21.

{161b} Psal. 41. 6.

{161c} How Badman carried it to good men when they came to visit
him in his last sickness.

{163a} Job. 21. 14.

{163b} Jer. 2. 25. Zech. 7. 11, 12. Acts. 28. 26, 27.

{163c} 3 Proof that he died impenitent.

{163d} Acts 9. 11.

{163e} Psal. 18. 14.

{163f} Job 36. 13.

{164a} Psal. 51. 1. Psal. 6. 1, 2, 3, 4. Psal. 38.

{164b} 4 Proof that he died impenitent.

{165a} Acts. 9. 26. 28.

{165b} Psal. 119. 63.

{165c} 2 Cor. 5. 17.

{165d} Acts. 4. 32, 33. Chap. 2. 44, 45, 46, 47.

{166a} How Mr. Badman was when near his End.

{166b} He died like a Lamb.

{166c} The opinion of the Ignorant about his manner of dying.

{167a} How we must judge whether men dye well or no.

{167b} When we may judge of a mans eternal state by the manner of
his death.

{168a} NOTE.

{168b} NOTE.

{168c} The story of John Cox.

{169a} Of dying in Despair.

{170a} NOTE.

{170b} NOTE.

{170c} 1 Sam. 28.

{170d} Psal. 73. 4. (Don't see where this fits into the text.
DP)

{171a} Further discourse of Mr. Badmans death.

{171b} He that after a sinfull life dies quietly, that is, without
repentance, goes to Hell. 1 Proof

{171c} Sick-bed repentance seldom good for any thing.

{172a} Luke 13. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

{172b} 2 Proof.

{173a} Peace in a sinfull state is a sign of damnation.

{173b} Hos 4. 17.

{173c} 3 Proof.

{173d} Joh. 12. 40.

{174a} Luk. 16. 22.

{174b} Rom. 2. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Acts 28. 26, 27.

{174c} 2 Pet. 2.

{174d} 4 Proof. Psal. 73. 4, 5, 6.

{175a} Job 8. 13, 14.

{175b} A frivolous opinion.

{176a} When a wicked man dyes in his sins quietly, it is a
Judgment of God upon his wicked beholder.

{176b} Ver. 6.

{177a} Ver. 8. 9, 10, 11.

{177b} Vers. 12.

{177c} Mala. 2. 17.

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