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Temporal as well as Spiritual Comfort of
his Parishioners in such Seasons.
By JAMES DUKE COLERIDGE, L. L. B.
Bishop of Exeter,
EN, that are in bealth, are severe exactors of pa ce at the
hands of them that are sick; and they usually judge it not
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If the duties of a Pastor were confined to the public offices of religion-or, which comes to the same thing, if the spiritual wants of his flock required his attendance only in the days of their health and vigour -- light indeed would his burthen þe, compared with what it really is : but since, in the words of Bishop Burnet," he knows “ but little of the Priestly office, who “ thinks he has performed it in the pub“ lic Ministrations of the Church," --and