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Several Occasions, viz.
of the Qualifications required to
An Exhortation to mutual Charity a Profis able Hearing of God's and Union among Protestants. Word.
Of the Nature and Benefit of a of the Benefic and Practice of publick Humiliation. Confideration,
Of Contending Earnestly for the Of the Devices of Saran.
Faith which was once delivered Of Stedfastness in Religion.
to the Saints. Of the Reasonableness and 'Terrors of the Nature, and End, of the
of the future Judgment. Holy Sacrament of the Lord's of the Causes of mens delaying Supper. their Repentance.
of the Honour due to the Blessed Of the Danger of mens delaying Virgin.
By the most Reverend Father in God,
WILLIAM Lord Archbishop of
The Second Edition.
LONDON: Printed for .J. WALTHOE; J. NICHOLSON;
B.TOOKE; D. MIDWINTER; W.TAYLOR; B.Co W SE; and J. HOOKE. MDCCXVI.
Sir WILL. RAWLINSON, Kt. One of the Lords Commissioners of the
Great Seal of England.
Sir JOHN HOLT, Kt.
Lord Chief Justice of England.
Sir WILL. GREGORY, Kt: One of the Justices of Their Majesties
Court of King's-Bench.
Sir JOHN POWELL, Kt. Sir THO. ROOKESBY, Kt. Justices of Their Majesties Court of Com
Sir JOHN TURTON, Kt. · Barons of Their' Majesties Court of Excbestit quero accadilla)! 10.
M A S T E R S
B E N C H.
The Rest of the MEMBERS
GRAY S-IN N.
HAving a long time de
signed to make some publick acknowledgment of my great Obligations to you, I could not. téll in what
way more properly to do it, than by presenting to you a small Collection of some of those Discourses, which I have lately had the Honour to Preach be.
*Tis upon this account that Į now .crave. leave to Prefix