It is not a full table of contents, but this is available on the publisher's website:
Spiritual Refining: The Anatomy of True and False Conversion, Volume 1 by Anthony Burgess is a classic work on true and false conversion, regeneration, signs of true and false grace, and assurance of salvation. Originally published in 1652, we have selected 30 of the best sermons from the original work which relate most to today. Some of the sermons included are: Showing the Difference Between Assurance and Presumption; That Opposition to and Abstinence from Sin is a Sign of Grace; Gifts and Parts in Matters of Religion No Sign of Grace; External Obedience to the Law of God, No Sure Evidence for Heaven; The Difficulty and in Some Sense the Impossibility of Salvation; That a Man's Leaving those Gross Sins he hath Lived in, Is No Sign of Grace; Showing What the New Birth or Regeneration Is; Laying Open the Counterfeits of the New Birth; Showing the Counterfeits of the New Creature, and more. They have been modernized and newly typeset. The book is approximately 300 pages in length.
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Spiritual Refining: The Anatomy of True and False Conversion, Volume 2, by Anthony Burgess
Thirty new sermons from the classic Puritan work on true and false conversion originally published in 1652. Some of the sermons this volume contains are: A Man Willing to Have His Soul Searched by God is a Sign of Grace, What Kind of Persons Are Most Unlikely Ever to be Converted, Of God's Framing and Devising Calamities That Men Might Turn From Their Evil Doings, How Afflictions Are Operative to the Conversion of Men, That Not All Mankind Are Called With a Saving Call and God's Justice Cleared in that Point, Of Election and Reprobation and the Fewness and Properties of Those that Are Chosen, and more. They have all been modernized and newly typeset.
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Still Water Revival Books have both volumes with full table of contents. I'll try to find the link later. The one from International Outreach, above, is just a selection (I've got the first volume on my shelf - considered at one stage to translate it to Afrikaans)