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Although the Sermons, contained in this volume, which treat of these sublime fubjects, can need no other commendation, than their own excellencies; yet, as far as my little influence could reach, would I gladly exert it, to render the reading of them as extenfive as poffible. I venture to believe, that they carry with them the imprimatur of the Master. And under this perfuafion, I feel no hesitation to recommend them as the humble labours of the fervant. And I am equally convinced, that He, who caufeth them to be fent forth, will blefs them to the end intended, in making them inftrumental in his Almighty Hand, to make manifeft the fweet favour of his name in every place.

PLYMOUTH, Charles-Vicarage.


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