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By THOMAS SECKER, LL.D.
Late Lord Archbishop of CANTERBURY.
Published from the original Manuscripts,
By BEILBY PORTEUS D.D.and GEORGE STINTON D.D.
His Grace's Chaplains.
THE THIRD EDITION.
C O N T E N T S.
S E R M ONS I. II.
ROM. vi. 21. What Fruit bad ye then in those things, whereof
je are now ashamed? For the End of those things is Death.
p. I, 19
SERMONS III. IV.
GAL. vi. 10.
As we have therefore Opportunity, let us do
Good unto all Men: especially unto them, who are of the Household of Faith.
p. 39, 57
MATTH. v. 6. Blessed are they, which do hunger and thirst after
Righteousness : for they shall be filled. p. 77
S E R M O N VI.
JAMES i. 27 Pure Religion and undefiled before God and the
Father is this: to visit the Fatherless and Widows in their tifliction, and to keep himFelf unspotted from the World. P. 97