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Head Master of the Royal Grammar School of Henley
upon Thames, and late of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge.

Printed for the AUTHOR, and fold by J. FULLER, at the

upper end of Newgate-ftreet, London. Mr. BLACKMAN,
at Reading. And at the Author's House in New.street,

(Price Six-pence. )

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Am' requested to print this discourse by

debtor, and therefore I willingly pay this little testimony of my thankfulness.

This sermon is calculated for a plain country village. It may displease the wife of this world, but a soul, seasoned with the grace of God, will not contemn the day of Small things.

The great business of a minister of Chrift, is to befeech finners in Christ's stead to be reconciled to an offended GOD. He is an ambalsador from the king of heaven; he hath a glorious message to deliver of pardon and peace, and life everlasting to a guilty world. The foul that is lost through his fear and negligence, will indeed perish; but the blood of that foul will GOD require at bis band in the day of the Lord Jesus.

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