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By the Most Reverend Father in GOD,
Archbishop of YORK.
Never before Printed, and now. Publish'd
from his own PAPER S.
V O L. VI.
St. Paul's Church-yard. M.DCC.XXXIV.
ACTS X. 4. Tby Prayers and thy Alms are come up for a Memorial before God.
SER M. III. p. 52.
Preach'd before Queen Mary, 1692. The Prodigal Son. The true and miserable State of Sinners. Consideration usually the first Step to Repentance.
Luke xv. 17, 18. And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired Servants of my Father have Bread enough, and to Spare, and I peris with Hunger! I will arise and go to my Father.
SER M. IV. p. 85. .
Preach'd before King William, 1701. Of the true Notion of Scandals and Offences.
Popular Misapprehensions about them re&tify’d. Use to be made of the Consi
deration of their ill Consequences and * Frequency, &C.
MATT. xviii. 7. Woe unto the World, because of Offences; for
it must needs be, that offences come. But Wue unto that Man by whom the Offence cometh.
SE R M
ȘER M. V. p. 105.
great Storm, 1703-4. The Duty and Advantages of publick Fast
ing in general.
• JONAH iii. 5. The People of Nineveh believed God, and
proclaimed a Faff.
SER M. VI. p. 136.
afterwards before Queen ANNE. The several Causes of Mens Miftakes about
the Terms of their Salvation, and the Reasons why they deceive themselves into vain Opinions of their own Security.
John iii. 7. Little Children, let no Man deceive you. He
that doth Righteousness is righteous, even as he is righteous.
SERM. VII. p. 165.
Preach'd before Queen Anne, 1707. The Gospel Proofs of a future State ; and the Nature of the Happiness of Heaven.
· 2 Tim. i. 10. Who hath abolished Death, and hath brought
Life and Immortality to light, through the