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By WILLIAM G1LPIN, M.A.
PREBENDARY OF SALISBURY AND VICAR OF BOLDRE.
PllINTED FOR T. CADELL, AND W. DAV1ES, IN THE STRAND.
Sir John Mitford,
His Majesty's Solicitor-General.
YOUR old friend being afraid he shall never again be able to speak from his pulpit, like other considerate divines, is unwilling to have his labours lost to the Public, and therefore prints a volume of his sermons.
It hath been remarked, that respectable Laymen, who have turned their thoughts to religion, have been of greater service to it, than Ecclesiastics. Such men were Sir
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