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By THOMAS SECKER, LL.D.
Late Lord Archbishop of CANTERBURY.
Published from the original Manuscripts,
His Grace's Chaplains.
CON T E N T s.
Five Sermons on Scripture.
2 TIM. iii. 16, 17. All Scripture is given by Inspiration of God: and is profitable for Doctrine, for Reproof, for Correction, for Instruction in Righteousness : that the Man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good Works.
SERMONS II. III.
The same Text. . p. 29, 57
On the Duty of reading it. . The same Text. p. 85 A2
The same Text.. p. 113
SERMON VI. On the Lawfulness and Expediency of Forms
i Cor. xiv. 15. I will pray with the Spirit, and I will pray with the Understanding alfo : I will fing with the Spirit, and I will fing with the Underfanding also.
p. 141 SERMONS VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. An Explanation and Defence of the Liturgy of
the Church of England.
The fame Text.
. p. 165, 191, 217, 241, 265 Five Sermons against Popery.
Faith and Practice. The Infallibility of the
I PET. v. 12.