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Heywood-Preaching at Coley Chapel prevented
-Another Excommunication Private Services-

Frequent Alarms—Third Excommunication-Ex-

clusion from public Ordinances — Warrants is-

sued-Occasional Labours—Violent Opposition-

The Conventicle Act- Frequent Opportunities of

Preaching—Activity of Mr. Heywood's Enemies —

A Gospel Minister at Coley Chapel-Mr. Heywood's

Endeavours to obtain Absolution-His Visit to

Lancashire Journey into the South-Preservation

from Dangers—Providential Supply-The Plague

of London - - - - - - - 81

PART IV. The Five-mile Act-Soliloquy-Mr. Heywood's

Banishment from Home-His frequent Journeys,

Labours, and Dangers - The Fire of London-Mr.

Heywood's second Marriage - Various Journeys-

Occasional Preaching at Coley Chapel-Preserva-

tion and Labours continued-Sickness-Recovery,

and renewed Labours-Severities increased-Rea-

sons for preaching at his own House-Imprison-

ment at Leeds—The Conventicle Act revised and

enlarged—Mr. Heywood fined for preaching at

Coley Chapel—The spoiling of his Goods Re-

proach forthe Truth-Hazardous Labours-Divine

Enjoyments in Private-Observance of Bartholo-

mew's Day--Self-examination and Covenant-Re-

markable Providence - - - - - - 117

PART V. Mr. Heywood’s Thankfulness for private Liberty

- Declaration of public Liberty to the Nonconfor-

mists-Mr. Heywood’s Removal to Northowram

Receipt of License_Reflections Formation of a

christian Society at Northowram—Church Cove-

nant-Union of Presbyterians and Independents-

Mr. Heywood's Labours and Success—Ordination

at Manchester-Dr. Hook's Opposition-Dedica-

tion of his Sons to the Ministry- Personal Cove-

nants - - - - - - - - 166

PART VI. Licenses threatened to be taken away-Par-

liament prorogued-Licenses revoked—Mr. Hey-

wood's conduct on the occasion_His Perseverance

in Labours-Grateful Recollections-Parental An-

xiety-Death of Relatives, Mr. Rich. Heywood,

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Rev. John Angier, Rev. Nath. Heywood-Self-

examination-Mr. Heywood apprehended at Shaw

Chapel-Thanksgiving Day-Extracts from his

Diary-Sickness of Mrs. and Eliezer Heywood-

Covenant renewed-Another Excommunication-

Ordination of Timothy Jollie-Mr. H.'s successful

Labours—Repeated Illness of Eliezer Heywood-

The Death of an ungodly Preacher-Review of

1681-Severities exercised-Spiritual Journeys-

Visit to London-Deliverances from Dangers-

Disinterested Labours-Mr. Heywood's Apprehen-

sion and Trial-His Perplexity-Imprisonment in

York Castle—Prison Employment--His Liberation

Renewal of his Labours

197

PART VII. Death of Charles II. and Accession of James

II.-Declaration for Liberty of Worship_Com-

mencement of the Dissenting Interest at Halifax-

Erection of the Chapel at Northowram-The Re-

volution--Mr. Heywood's Annual Covenant-His

Sickness—The Congregations at Alverthorp and

Pontefract-Instances of Mr. Heywood's Useful-

ness-His Journey to York-Renewed Covenants

-Last Visits to Lancashire and York-Invitations

to London and Manchester-Reflections on the

Year 1698—Visit of Mr. Timothy Jollie-Sickness

of his Wife and Son John-Return of his Baptis-

mal Day-Last Year of Mr. Heywood's Life 279

PART VIII. Mr. Heywood's last Sickness and Death-His

Character as a Son-Husband-Father-Master of

a Family-Relative-Friend-Subject--His Reli-

gion-Spirituality of Mind-Spirit of Prayer-

Gratitude to.God Self-Examination-Watchful-

ness-Humility-Faith-Liberality - Talents

Simplicity of Manner-Fervour of Spirit—Consci-

entiousness - Disinterestedness— Doctrinal Senti-

ments-His Views of Church Government-His

Diligence in his Work—The Success of his Ministry 321

APPENDIX. Extracts from Mr. Heywood's Diary - 372

Soliloquies

385

Epistle to the Reader of “ Advice to an only Child” 420

Original Letters

426

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