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1 Pet. in. 15,
HE-PRINTED FOR J, JOHNSON, IN ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD.
To JOHN ADAMS,
VICK-PRESIDENT OF THE UHITED STATES OF AMERICA* DEAR SIR,
The happiness I have had of youf acquaintance and correspondence ever since your embafly to England, our common friendship for Dr. Price, the ardent friend of liberty and of America, your steady attachment to the cause of Christianity, the favourable at* tention you gave to the following Discourses) when they were delivered, and the wish you expressed that they might be published, induce me to take the liberty to dedicate them to you.
Statesmen who have the firmness of mind to profess themselves Chri/iiatiSf and who have
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