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I.
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Consisting of short Lectures for the daily use of families.

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II.
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PREFACE.

That the design of these Sermons may be the better understood, it seems desirable to state briefly the occasion on which they were written. The author was applied to by a much valued friend to assist in giving advice to a third person, altogether unknown to him, but described as a young lady of good understanding, who had fallen into a melancholy state of mind, through erroneous impressions on the subject of religion. The nature of those impressions may be collected from the tenour of the following discourses designed to remove them. No advice was quested on matters of doctrine. That branch of the subject is therefore as far as possible avoided. Though I almost regret that this volume should go forth in opposition to the practices of persons who make a stand for evangelical doctrines, without repeated assurance on the author's part that he is “not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ.”

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