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RIWATSON, D. D. F.R.S.
LORD BISHOP OF LAND AFF,
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
T. CADELL, in the Strand, J. DEBRETT, in Piccadilly,
THERE is nothing new in this VoT lume, except two Sermons (the second and the seventh); -an Appendix to the Discourse to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Ely; — another to the Letter to the late Archbishop of Canterbury ;- and two or three Notes : The rest of the Contents have been more than once submitted to the judgment of the Public.
The Political Principles herein advanced may not be acceptable to all Parties. They were not originally written, nor are they now re-published, with a view of pleasing or of displeasing any Party; but from a conviction, that they are wholly consonant to that System of civil Government which it would be the Interest of Free-Men every where to submit to; and intirely repugnant to that, which it is the Unhappiness of Şlaves in many countries to endure.