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Their Nature, Origin, and Effects, are
distinctly considered and explained : With many useful Rules for restraining
and suppressing such Thoughts ; suiced to the various Conditions of Life, and the several Tempers of Mankind, more especially of Melancholy Persons.
By WILLIAM CHILCOT, M. A.
For the Lord Searcheth all Hearts, and un
derstandetb' all the Imaginations of the Thoughts, i Chron. xxviii. 9.
LONDON: Printed for Samuel Birt, ar the Bible and Ball
in Ave-Mary-Lane; and Edward Score, over-against the Guild-Hall in Exeter,
MDCCXXXIV. 100 s. 377