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CHURCH OF ENGLAND,
PLAIN, PRACTICAL, AND EXPERIMENTAL.
REV. EDWARD WALWYN FOLEY, M. A.,
INCUMBENT OF TRINITY CHURCH, TEWKESBURY,
PUBLISHED BY REQUEST.
JAMES NISBET AND CO., BERNERS STREET.
THE Author is well aware of the existence of many valuable Treatises and Sermons on the Book of Common Prayer. Most of these, from being either historical, critical, and polemical only, or too voluminous and expensive, do not meet the wants of the generality of readers; and the paucity of treatises of a more simple, practical, and experimental character, has been with many a subject of regret. It is hoped, therefore, that the addition of a small and cheap volume on the subject may not be deemed altogether superfluous.
His desire has been to make these Sermons simple, instructive, and experimental; and to shew what manner of persons those who use our Liturgical Services ought to be in their doctrinal views, in personal piety, and in devotional exercises. In short, a personal application of the Liturgy in its